Libra | Horoscope Expert


Sep 23 – Oct 22

The phone could start ringing bright and early this morning, and you really shouldn't ignore it this time. Someone's due to call who has quite the news to share, and maybe even a romantic question to ask. Oh, and if the phone doesn't ring, don't just sit there. Make the call you're hoping for yourself. Who cares if it's you or the person on the other end who makes the first move?

Beauty hits you over the head on Monday – it's everywhere. If you are in the middle of a romantic courtship, this is going to be a meaningful week. If you're not in the middle of a romantic courtship... well, wait a few days. Who knows? Tuesday is like a duet between you and you-know-who, and Wednesday is suited for deep communication. Try to go out and experience what the world has to offer you and your special someone on Thursday and Friday. Newness is good. Harmony is in the air. This weekend, take long walks through local parks. Look at the plants. Look at the sky.

Your home planet Venus moves out of ambitious Capricorn and into offbeat Aquarius on February 1, giving the start of your month an interesting vibe. As a fellow air sign, you definitely are feeling the urge to make connections with others, but you might choose to do it in an odd way now. If there’s something that hasn’t been done before, you’re first in line to try it.

Be prepared to receive amazing compliments, charming love letters, and other surprising forms of admiration during the Venus-Jupiter conjunction on the eleventh! Your popularity surges now, but you can’t figure out why. Don’t ask questions, Libra. Just enjoy the attention.

A new moon in freedom-seeking Aquarius, also on February 11, has you paving new paths and blazing new trails. You’re a true pioneer now, and you want to boldly go where no one else has gone before. If you’re an inventor, this is your time to shine. If you have a notebook full of random ideas, share them now.

Loving Venus enters sympathetic Pisces on the twenty-fifth, encouraging you to help someone who really needs it. There are so many worthy causes, and while you can’t get involved in all of them, helping just one person makes a big difference. Someone close to you needs your understanding.