Gemini | Horoscope Expert


May 21 – Jun 20

No need to go showboatin' right now. Even if you're the richest bachelor or bachelorette in the country, avoid bragging about it—you'll come off as a total wet rag. Nobody's impressed. And if you're crowing about stuff you don't have, you're in serious trouble.

Someone gives you advice on Monday and you're not sure if you should take it. Take it. This is a week of honest reflection and self-improvement, and this friend is giving you a head start. Tuesday and Wednesday, the obstacles you face are largely in your own head – the thing that keeps you from being productive is that you simply don't feel like being productive – but Thursday and Friday, a casual ease takes hold of you and you're able to get things done and actually enjoy them while still finding ways to flirt with you-know-who. It's not a richly romantic week, but just wait.

There are a lot of possibilities on the horizon during the Mercury-Uranus trine on September 1. When there are this many options on the table, it isn’t easy to choose just one—or keep quiet about your good fortune. The more outside the box it is, the more likely to are to choose it.

You have a lot on your mind when the Mercury-Mars conjunction occurs on the third, which can cause confusion if you’ve got a lot going on in your love life. Struggling to keep track of days and times of your dates? That’s what a calendar is for, Gemini!

Communicating creatively is one of your strengths during the Mercury-Neptune opposition on September 7, but your imagination could get the best of you if you aren’t careful. Daydreams are fun, but they aren’t reality.

Communicative Mercury enters fair-minded Libra on the fourteenth, so you want to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. This is one time you’d rather not debate everything (in order to avoid confrontation), but keeping your opinions to yourself might be difficult.

The Venus-Saturn square on September 25 reveals love’s more difficult side, but there’s nothing you can’t achieve if you’re willing to work for it. Besides, most things worth having aren’t easily obtained.