Pisces | Horoscope Expert


Feb 19 – Mar 20

If you want someone in power to pay more attention to you, you have to act more boldly. Drama is what will get you noticed right now, not playing it safe and low-key. You have every right to grab all the focus in the room – at least for the next few days. Unleash your inner jokester and embrace the obnoxious aspects of your personality. Now is not the time to be demure or wait for your chance. If you do, you'll be waiting for a very long time. Jump to it and make things happen.

A love letter changes everything at the outset of the week and plants a smile on your face that's impossible to wipe off (it will stay there for days). Tuesday and Wednesday, you're feeling overwhelmed – secretly, inwardly happy, but nonetheless overwhelmed – and not doing much at all is the greatest gift you could give yourself. Thursday and Friday are romantic (if the plans are left up to you, be creative, weird and daring), but this weekend you end up having a lot of time on your own. Spend it doing something healthy and good for you.

The headaches caused by Mercury retrograde are unavoidable as it moves back into Scorpio on December 1, but your intuition also kicks into high gear. Mercury retrograde is never a picnic, but you’re armed with some pretty good weapons to help alleviate some of the minor annoyances and irritations.

Venus is in fellow water sign Scorpio on the second, which gives you courage when it comes to love. You aren’t used to making such straightforward suggestions, but right now it’s working for you. Own it, Pisces!

The moody moon enters your sensitive sign on December 13, so your emotions could be all over the place. Crying at work or in front of a crowd isn’t ideal, but if you could control it, you would. Your spare time is best spent working on creative projects or daydreaming about your happy place.

A Venus-Neptune trine on the twenty-first highlights your need to help others, making this the perfect time to take on a charity project or offer your assistance to someone who clearly needs it. People will try to repay you or offer you praise, but you shy away from recognition (especially public). Your selflessness really is its own reward.