Pisces | Horoscope Expert


Feb 19 – Mar 20

You may be helping friends more than you realize. By remaining positive and optimistic about the dating game, you inspire other single pals to keep at it. Offer advice and tips to buddies who could use extra guidance.

You're on less of a romantic track than a humanitarian mission this week. Literally, you're helping people left and right – making them food, calling just to check in, volunteering in your spare time, offering to take the leadership position on a group project. What about you? What about what you need? Good question! Thursday and Friday you have to schedule some time for decompressing on the couch or you'll go crazy. This weekend, you realize that you're undergoing a kind of personal transformation. That's odd and exciting and, from the perspective of an outsider, very attractive.

It’s easier for you to communicate your feelings now that Mercury is direct in Cancer. Emotions run deep, but it’s a little easier for you to get everything out without breaking down.

Mercury leaves sensitive Cancer for outgoing Leo on August 11, however, which gives you a chance to announce your intentions. If you’ve been feeling taken advantage of lately, this is the perfect time to reclaim your time and let people know you aren’t going to take it anymore.

You’ll want to change things up during the Aquarius full moon on the fifteenth, which is freeing and a little scary. You don’t lower your inhibitions often or easily, so if you trust someone enough to be your true self around them, they should consider it a huge compliment.

Passionate Venus moves into hardworking, detailed Virgo on August 21, so you easily zero in on the small things. You aren’t as naïve as you sometimes seem either, which is an eye-opening experience. Life can be pleasant when you live in a daydream, but rooted squarely in reality is a better place to be right now.

The sun enters Virgo’s practical sign on the twenty-third, freeing you from emotional attachments you’ve been hanging on to. You’ll be amazed at what you can let go of when you take an “out with the old, in with the new” approach.