OCT 23 - NOV 21

Creative and Romantic

Your leisure zone is in focus as March gets underway, Scorpio, which means the coming weeks could find you busy honing your creative skills or developing new ones. With the sun, chatty Mercury, taskmaster Saturn, and dreamy Neptune all here, this is a great opportunity to enhance your talents or learn new ones.

At the same time, fiery Mars and attractive Venus are journeying through your home zone. Venus moves into Pisces on March 11, followed by Mars on March 22. Until this time, though, you might want to get your place organized and give it a makeover that will set the tone for the warmer months ahead.

Once both planets head into Pisces and your leisure zone, there will be ample opportunity to find romance, showcase your talents, and generally enjoy life.

In addition, the new moon in Pisces on the tenth hints at positive new developments. Is there something you’re eager to initiate? It could be a romance, new hobby, or entrepreneurial idea, but whatever it is, this is your chance to get things off to the best possible start.

The sun glides into headstrong Aries and your lifestyle zone on March 19 for a stay of around a month. During this time, your energy level might increase, and you’ll be ready to exercise more, especially if you’ve lacked motivation during the long winter months. This is also a good time to streamline your affairs, organize your routines, and find ways to become more productive.

There is a lunar eclipse in Libra and your spiritual zone on the twenty-fifth that encourages you to take time out for reflection. It’s a chance to meditate on an issue that has been causing problems for some time.

Things could come to a head at this time, and this might be a good opportunity to resolve it once and for all so you can move forward with a clean slate. It’s also possible that you’ll be pushed into doing so, enabling you to step on to your evolutionary path.

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Illustrations by Jo Ratcliffe