Aries | Horoscope Expert


Mar 21 – Apr 19

You may work better using the written word for the moment, so take advantage of the online dating world. If you find yourself in a romantic one-on-one meeting, make sure to think before you speak!

This week starts off slow – not your favorite speed – but just hang in there until sometime Tuesday afternoon, when your love life can jet ahead. Put the pedal to the metal through the middle of the week by flirting all you like; online or in real time, you're an extra smooth talker now (and extra funny, which equals extra sexy). Save the traditional big date nights, Friday and Saturday, for more low-gear activities (bonding with friends or family looks good). Set a hot rendezvous for Sunday, though – while others are running errands, you're revved up for romance.

Just because you’ve been dating (or married to) someone for a while, don’t assume you know everything about him or her. The same goes for believing everything you read in online profiles, Aries. You’re eager to jump ahead to whatever the next step may be during the aggressive Mercury-Mars square on May 12, but what do you really know about the situation? It’s virtually impossible for you to keep quiet about your suspicions, so be sure you’re accurate before making accusations or assumptions.

Mars storms into quirky Aquarius on the sixteenth, at which point you’re more likely to approach problems with less intensity and more objectivity. What happens when you step outside of the frame and look at a painting from a whole new perspective? Prepare for your mind to be blown (which doesn’t happen very often)!

A sun-Mars trine on May 23 motivates you to get things done, but hold off involving a date or your partner in crossing items off your personal to-do list. Having help is nice, but running errands or cleaning house isn’t very romantic.

The full moon in outgoing Sagittarius on the twenty-ninth urges you to try new things and meet new people, and your friendly (slightly less intimidating) attitude helps your flirting efforts. When one door leading to romance closes, another one opens.