Taurus | Horoscope Expert


Apr 20 – May 20

You're more interested in travel plans than money, but money is an integral piece of the puzzle. If you need a good tongue lashing to stay in budget, then find someone to lecture you, because the last thing you can afford now is overspending.

Flattery, happiness and – bizarrely – romance figure into the beginning of your week at work. Everything that's in play at the office may not be immediately evident, but you're emotionally engaged in a way you haven't been in a while. Work is thrilling. Wednesday and Thursday see you caught up in what you're doing and a bit out of character, less composed than usual, getting ahead of yourself, being incautious. But Friday returns you to Earth. You end the week secure and content and talking about your life and your future among optimistic coworkers and friends.

The “hidden” surfaces in a good way in November. You begin the month with lucky but retrograde Venus returning to Libra. This harmonious and compassionate planet and sign is good mojo. Venus is your ruling planet and the reason you’re able to charm co-workers and immediate supervisors, for example.

On Tuesday, November 6, Uranus leaves Taurus and returns to Aries in a déjà vu of the last seven years. At second look, obstacles weren’t as serious as you thought initially. On Thursday, Sagittarius Jupiter brings wide-ranging opportunities in your shared resources sign for the next year.

On the fifteenth, spirited Mars is even more emotional during a Pisces transit. For earthy Taurus, it adds intuitiveness to your natural energy, a good thing. Use it. Previously concealed future projects make their way to the surface.

On November 16, Venus encourages working as a team when the partnership planet turns direct. Also, with Mercury’s retrograde, go back and try again should you need to.

The twenty-first is a lucky day. Search and send out resumes if you’re job hunting. It’s an auspicious time to schedule interviews and meetings. On the month’s last day, Venus opposes Uranus. If one thing doesn’t work, try its opposite. Next month’s approach is cool and analytical thinking.