Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Parties are still a bad idea as we are in the middle of a pandemic with no end in sight. Variances keep rearing their ugly heads. Saturn, which rules the lessons we learn in life, is in air-sign Aquarius, covering respiratory conditions. The outcome of this pandemic lies in the actions of everyday people, not the stars. Saturn wants us to play by the rules, and he whacks us when we step off the chalk line.
I was invited to two parties to celebrate the arrival of my nephew’s first baby on March 20. The other invite was to a baby shower with my immediate family and relatives who have kept their guard up for COVID. However, I don’t know the lifestyle of the other guests who will attend these parties. I would never ask you to do something I would not do, so you need to know that I am staying home. You will be hearing from friends, though, by phone, email, and video conference, and they may ask for socially distanced lunches and dinners outdoors, in the warm air. Your friends adore you and would be willing to help you in any way you ask, and they will also cheer you on.
At this new moon, Jupiter will be in the range of a sextile to the Sun—again, indicating sterling opportunity is coming, likely due to the efforts a friend makes on your behalf or through your membership in a club that turns out to be helpful. Jupiter and the Sun will make an exact hit on April 15, certainly a great day for you, so use it for an important meeting, presentation, interview, or humanitarian activity, or work on a digital project or hand in a finished manuscript.
Mars will enter Cancer on April 23 and stay in that sign until June 11. In Cancer, Mars will tour your second house of earned income and possessions. Mars’ presence in that house often causes expenses to rise, possibly unexpectedly. If you have no idea what might come up, then be conservative in your spending, until you see the lay of the land.