Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Staying healthy involves more than tests, though, and as a Sagittarian, you love to use your muscles and get a good workout. This month, you might decide the pandemic is making you feel like a little marshmallow and that you need to tone up. The eclipse may set you off and running on one program or another, but the end result is the same—you will feel great.
Now let’s turn to Mercury’s big brother Mars, and where Mars has been lately. On March 3, Mars moved into Gemini and had you thinking intently about your closest relationship. This continued until April 23 when Mars entered Cancer, your eighth house of other people’s money, to stay until June 11. Your expenses will likely rise at this time, possibly because you had put off purchases and now realize you need them. Indeed, it appears your balances on your credit card will steadily climb, but that could be a positive because it might cause you to become more creative about finding sources of money. By mid-June, all this will be over, and you will be in control of your finances again.
Now we’ll turn back to the big moment of the month.
The coming full moon lunar eclipse of May 26, which I touched on earlier, is an important one for you, for it will fall in Sagittarius, 5 degrees. Full moons bring closure, and they also cleanse and clarify situations. This one brings something of enormous importance to you to a full point. This full moon will center on your needs and desires for the future. It might involve another person—a romantic relationship or a business one. Planets are migrating into your relationship sector—the Sun, Venus, and the ruler of your fame sector, Mercury.