On April 5, 2023

Don’t be impulsive

The sky has been on regular programming for a while now, but that all begins to change now that it’s April. Communication, planning and logistics planet, Mercury, enters Taurus – an annual occurrence. This year though, rather than spending threeish weeks there, we get two months of mayhem, thanks to the trickster heading in reverse later in April.

Mercury, also a money planet, likes to move fast. Think of how many millions of financial transactions have taken place all over the globe since you’ve been reading this horoscope! Taurus is also about money, but not so much about money itself, but the things that money can buy; the roof over your head, the food in your belly as well as the treats and trinkets that make life beautiful.
Needless to say, in the next couple of months, things are going to get tricky when it comes to money. In general, I find Mercury in Taurus to be an expensive time. This period is likely to be exceptionally so. With that in mind, take your time when it comes to cash. Rather than making impulsive moves, think about it a while. Can you make your life increasingly beautiful in other ways? Can you slow down enough to savor the beauty that’s already around you?

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