Taurus | Horoscope Expert


Apr 20 – May 20

If you want some time on your own, this is a good time to take it. Whether you want to take a vacation day, work from home, or schedule a getaway solo weekend, do what it takes to get some alone time. As far as your friends and family go, just keep them informed as to what you need and what you want to do. They'll understand. Your inner extrovert is being overpowered by your inner introvert, and it is a balance that is long overdue.

Monday sees you settling a dispute between two of your friends – not the most fun thing in the world. But Tuesday is appropriately romantic and fun. The affection, the feeling of lightness, the sudden abundance of beauty all around you – all this lasts through the rest of the week. The work you have to do on Thursday is so much more palatable when love is in the back of your mind, and Saturday's intensity only demonstrates how deeply you both feel about one another. On Sunday, be careful of overreacting.

Your home planet Venus enters playful, adventurous Sagittarius on January 7, shifting the intense energy from Scorpio to a much more free-spirited, buoyant vibe. You might have a harder time focusing, but that’s okay when you’re just trying to have fun.

A Jupiter-Neptune square on the thirteenth tests you in a lot of different and trying scenarios, but your optimism should win out in the end. What’s the worst thing that could happen? Plan for that but hope for the best.

The sun enters airy Aquarius on January 20, when learning about all kinds of new things will be a top priority. Have you ever wondered how things work or wanted to get to the bottom of a complex problem? This is the time to figure things out.

The Venus-Jupiter conjunction on the twenty-second brings some karmic good luck, so you should have something to look forward to. Nothing planned? If you’ve been on the right karmic path lately, something will turn up.

The first of three Saturn-Neptune sextiles of the year happens on January 31, optimizing material or spiritual pursuits that might have started months ago. You know all that patient waiting you’ve been doing? Welcome to the payoff.