Sagittarius | Horoscope Expert


Nov 22 – Dec 21

Your love life needs a soundtrack today. Keep everything in balance and keep that perspective well moderated. Too many bouncy tunes can make life too saccharine, so throw in something thoughtful to even things out.

Your motto often seems to be: Expect the unexpected – and the beginning of the week is no different. Those you love will surprise you on Tuesday, and you'll enjoy their spontaneity. On Wednesday and Thursday, you'll find yourself itching to go out, but wanting to save money. Grab your sweetie (or potential sweetie), pack a picnic, and peruse the local art galleries. (No one needs to know you're not planning to buy anything!) Saturday is equally good for getting out and trying new things, especially with someone else – a new restaurant, perhaps? Or a new outdoor activity? Sunday is a great day for nostalgia. Get out your old photo albums and tell stories.

A lucky Jupiter-Pluto conjunction on April 4 gets your romantic month off to an optimistic start. If you haven’t quite reached your love goals, you might get to see some of them magically materialize. Happily ever after is possible if you believe it is.

The pessimistic energy from the sun-Jupiter square on the fifteenth might try to burst your bubble, so you’ll have to rely on your sense of discipline and moderation to fill the gaps. When you only rely on luck, you don’t give yourself enough power.

A new moon in stability-seeking Taurus on April 22 puts you in the mood to look at your long-term love possibilities. If you aren’t heading in the direction you’d like to be, you have plenty of time to do something about it. The Bull can help you build a solid plan to put you where you want to be within five years.

Communication changes a bit when Mercury enters traditional Taurus on the twenty-seventh, and you might even feel like doing things the old-fashioned way, like actually talking on the phone instead of texting, or handwriting a love note or letter instead of sending an e-mail. Romance comes in many forms, and your newfound dedication to taking things slow is endearing.