Read your entire Gemini weekly horoscope. Venus merges with sobering Saturn at the start of the week, and this could see a relationship becoming more businesslike.
That could be a good thing—making decisions with your mind, rather than your heart. The sun entering Pisces on Monday encourages you to explore fresh options and consider a trip!
Have fun! Find out more by reading your entire Cancer weekly horoscope.
And you might feel the urge to make some change in your life—especially around financial matters, business affairs, and deep soul bonds. Read your entire Leo weekly horoscope. Chatty Mercury and nebulous Neptune are in your sector of relating, so interactions could help you clarify your thoughts and feelings! If you want to keep things as they are, better to think before you speak. Read your entire Virgo weekly horoscope.
The sun moves into your lifestyle sector on Monday and puts your focus on work, wellness, and daily routines. Relax and make peace with yourself. Read your entire Libra weekly horoscope.
You might be having some intense feelings and thoughts this week, Scorpio! Monday finds the sun moving into your romance and leisure sector, so that should help with chilling you out.
Be bold! Read your entire Scorpio weekly horoscope. Read your entire Sagittarius weekly horoscope.
Is this right for me now? I give myself the gift of honesty. A rescue mission or last-minute save or bailout is on the list of potentials too. Type keyword s to search. Life on earth is unruly.
You might have a super intense mood this week, Capricorn! Luckily the sun is moving into Pisces and your sector of communication on Monday, so talking out things will give you a fresh perspective.
Before you grab it, put some thoughts into it. And try to have some fun this week, too, and take a life! Read your entire Capricorn weekly horoscope.
Powerful feelings related to past issues could show up this week, Aquarius. Process them. Europeans and Native American tribes named the moons based on features they associated with that season. The Snow Moon got its name from the typically snowy conditions that occur in February, while the Hunger Moon comes from the fact that, because of the weather, food sources were hard to find and hunting conditions were very difficult.