Gemini | Horoscope Expert


May 21 – Jun 20

You may get all wound up about something—and be ready to give someone hell about it. But things aren't as crystal clear as they might seem. Let the situation unfold a bit more before you pass judgment.

This week, the good days for flirtation and romance are Friday and Saturday. That's helpful to keep in mind – you can spend Monday and Tuesday with friends, talking about what you're doing with your life and getting advice. And you can spend Wednesday and Thursday paying bills, reassuring the people in your life who need reassurance about this or that, concentrating at work and visiting your neighbors. Then comes Friday. Right from the start, it's a great day for flirtatious chemistry and meeting other people. This lasts until Sunday morning when typical Sunday themes take over.

It’s nice when your home planet Mercury is direct in watery Cancer when August starts. There might still be some moodiness to deal with, but at least your signals won’t get crossed as much as they have these last few retrograde weeks.

Mercury enters the Lion’s feisty sign on the eleventh, making you bold in what you say, how you say it, and who you say it to. Are you daring enough to walk up to your crush and tell them exactly how you feel? Do it, Gemini!

You can make some important changes during the Mercury-Uranus square on August 16, but the more you hesitate, the less likely they are to be successful. Take advantage of the opportunities that come your way ASAP, or regret might set in quickly.

The Mercury-Jupiter trine on the twenty-first brings more positive energy and can really turn a romantic situation around. Luck plays a role in both the chances you get and your decision-making process now, so don’t ignore it (but don’t rely on it either).

Communicative Mercury enters intelligent Virgo on August 29, making you alert and quick-minded. You’re able to pick up on subtle little clues that you may have missed before, like that cute co-worker who’s into you! You don’t have to do anything about it, but it’s nice to know.