astrology love match


(21 March – 20 April)

Put personal matters to the back of your mind while you focus on business or financial affairs that have been neglected. There’s somebody who can help you clarify some confusing elements that have made it hard for you to feel you can move forward. Accept whatever support you need to be able to start afresh.


(21 April – 21 May)

Think long and hard about an issue or a relationship that’s hard to manage. There have been times when you’ve been at a loss about your next move. And you may imagine that everyone assumes you’ll make light work of whatever conflict you face. But you’re the one with impossible expectations of yourself. You’re only human.


(22 May – 21 June)

Those making unfair demands on you will have to wait their turn. By 12 April, when Venus connects with Mars, you’ll appreciate the value of spending quality time with someone truly special. You have recently made too many sacrifices regarding your intensely private life. This has to stop, no matter how many people protest.


(22 June – 23 July)

Having promised yourself a new beginning, you cannot afford to leave a problematic area to take care of itself. If you’ve been procrastinating, it’s because you’ve been afraid of hurting someone’s feelings by making that all-important first move that will prove you’re swinging into action. Let nothing hold you back.


(24 July – 23 August)

By expressing your deepest sentiments to those close to you, there’s a chance you’ll be left feeling vulnerable. Let a Sun-Saturn link remind you not to lower your defences. You certainly have sensitive material to discuss, but you need to choose your audience carefully and get the timing absolutely spot-on.


(24 August – 23 September)

Although it might be hard to navigate certain areas with a particular person by your side, the two of you must remain together. Decide how to manage aspects of the relationship that are likely to cause problems. If the advantages of supporting one another far outweigh the disadvantages, you have to make it work.


(24 September – 23 October)

You’ll find yourself spending more time and energy than usual on a one-to-one relationship that you’ve previously taken for granted. What you’re about to discover, or overhear, is likely to alert you to the possibility that you could miss out on something that has great potential. Time to make amends, perhaps?


(24 October – 22 November)

How are you meant to manage a loved one’s criticism of you? Promise yourself that by mid-April, when Mercury is allied to Pluto, you’ll feel strong enough to accept your share of the blame for whatever has been going wrong. And you’ll have some inspired ideas regarding the direction the relationship should take next.


(23 November – 21 December)

Some people will encourage you to strive harder while others urge you to take better care of yourself. Only you can decide how far to push yourself, work-wise, and how often you take time out to recharge your batteries and allow yourself rest and respite. Let no-one else suggest you’ve made the wrong choice.


(22 December – 20 January)

Why should loved ones be allowed to dictate how much time you spend on yourself? They probably hope you’ll come to their rescue on a set-up you’ll manage far more competently than they ever could. But something of a private and confidential nature is looming. Don’t feel bad about putting your own needs first.


(21 January – 19 February)

Whether dealing with financial or relational issues, trust those involved to speak the truth and help you find solutions. As Mercury aligns with Jupiter, you’ll be tempted to bear the brunt of any upsets singlehandedly. It’s important to remind yourself that the best outcomes are often achieved by way of a united front.


(20 February – 20 March)

Encouraging news will make you think differently about your position within a place you’ve struggled against recently. Although you’ll view the situation more optimistically, you cannot assume it will suddenly seem easy and straightforward. Be glad you can gradually see how and where to apply yourself. And get on with it.

By Peter Watson