Hey there lovely souls, sorry my stars are a little later than usual. All I’m sayin’ is pupil free day. If you are a kid you understand the joy. If you’re a parent you understand the slight change to routine. And if you live outside the school timetable, you won’t give a dead rooster’s cluck what I’m talking about.
The Moon and Venus are spending some time together in Capricorn today. They move quickly, so it’s fleeting. They usually love a bit of a day dream when they’re together, but Capricorn is tightening up the parameters. A great day for turning dreams into solid plans.
Aries (21 March-21 April)
Some slightly unconventional ideas for bringing the troops into line, brings with it some backlash Colonel Rammy Ram. As your friends throw themselves into a reckless spend that makes your reflexes twitch with desire, an unfamiliar notion of thrift and strategy settles on your shoulders. Black Friday can be a bitch.
Taurus (21 April-20 May)
So much talk today Big Bull that your tonsils are straining at the constant movement, while your vocal chords quiver with fatigue. The world according to you, brushes up against the world according to others. How abrasive the brush is depends entirely on how you use your opinions.
Gemini (21 May-21 June)
An uneasy sense of structure wedges its way into your day Gemmy Gem. And while it feels that it might dissipate at any moment, an obsession with getting to the bottom of things keeps the parameters and the focus tight. Stay on task.
Cancer (22 June-22 July)
Relationship parameters are top of your list today Courageous Cancer, and the crazy thing is that you are setting the boundaries. Your ideology seems to be rubbing up against your partner/ housemate/ friend. Set some boundaries and don’t let the friction start a fire.
Leo (23 July-23 August)
Your heart says fun and your head says work, who you gonna listen to Leapin’ Leo? There’s a backlog of something dull you need to deal with, so your best bet is to engage your brain and find a quick solution. If you find time for fun, look after your bones.
Virgo (24 August-23 September)
You wake up with a good dose of tour leader today Very Virgo. Planning, strategising and delivering fun with edges is your gig. Of course, your foolish friends accepted the invitation to your Escape Room House Party. Poor souls had no idea they’d never get out.
Libra (24 September-23 October)
Big ideas for your home/ bedroom/ park bench find some traction through unlikely sources Luscious Libra. So you need a llama, a plasma ball and a goanna for your latest project, how hard can it be? One Insta post and a retired Peruvian colonel supplies all three. Don’t look a gift soldier in the mouth.
Scorpio (24 October-22 November)
An overwhelming need to fill any gaps in self confidence with the consumption of pretty things propels you into the heart of a Black Friday frenzy. This isn’t just a shopping spree, it’s a shopping offensive with a mental list of required items and a ruthless acquisition strategy. Go easy on the staff and the card.
Sagittarius (23 November-21 December)
Once you have convinced yourself that you deserve something Saucy Sag, there’s no shifting your trajectory. Whatever it is, you’ve done your research (well Alexa did) and the algorithmic shopping editor has chosen your destination. Steady on the spend Saucy.
Capricorn (22 December-20 January)
The daydream fairy left some crystals on your pillow last night Billy Goat and you can’t seem to settle on a plan of action. Lofty ideas replace sensible strategies and the tug of war is just making you tired. Don’t stress, the fairies will move on and hopefully leave some ideas behind.
Aquarius (21 January-18 February)
A cursory search for your ancestors Actual Aquarius picks up a string of shamans, an astrophysicist and a snake oil salesman. Proud of two-thirds of what you find you tell the world using interpretive dance and TikTok. Your friends don’t respond, but rest assured they understand you a little better now.
Pisces (19 February-20 March)
An overwhelming need for lovin’ today has you brushing up on useful skills and learning some new songs. Armed with lovable attributes and a vague notion that you are a lot like your mother, you swim upstream and on to a different pond. Don’t go changin’ Little Fish.