A very exciting opportunity will be dropped at your feet today—but one or two problematic aspects may make it seem unfeasible at first. Don't reject this opportunity too hastily, though. After a little bit of consideration, your outlook may change dramatically. Be creative about your approach, and be prepared to give this your all. You will come away from this experience confident that you can do anything you set your mind to.
CapricornDec 22 – Jan 19
As much as you'd like to charge into the week with the confidence of an ox, you're feeling much more like a worried sheep. You have some things on your mind. Is it family stuff? Career issues? Stability is a major preoccupation on Tuesday. Your mood doesn't lift until Wednesday, which is marked by romance, relaxation and maybe the presence of rambunctious children. Thursday is a stellar day. Friday and Saturday move at a breakneck pace – you won't have enough time to even formulate a complete thought. On Sunday, find a relaxing place to catch your breath. A patio? The beach?
Your home planet is retrograde during its square to Mercury on May 1, but it still packs a punch. Your thinking is deeply rooted as you focus on a specific topic of your choosing. If you have to convince other people you’re right, choose your words carefully and speak slowly.
A sun-Saturn retrograde trine on the eleventh brings your hard work into the spotlight, and you might finally get some of the recognition you deserve. You probably won’t let the applause last long – there’s more work to be done, after all – but at least now you know people appreciate your efforts.
Have you been stuck in a rut recently? Changes are likely during the Venus-Uranus conjunction in Taurus on May 18, especially in romantic relationships or finances. Mixing things up can be good, but don’t act too quickly.
The sun enters perceptive Gemini on the twenty-first, so a lot of things might come into focus that you’ve been wondering about lately. Is it better now that you know? Being (or acting) ignorant can have its upside, but there’s no going back once you see the light.