Horoscopes April 2014

  • Aquarius

    Jan 20—Feb 18

    (January 20—February 18)
    The full moon giveth and the full moon taketh away—often at the same time. Associated with a beginning and an end, it’s extra intense when coupled with the lunar eclipse on the 15th. Aquarians thrive on change and will certainly enjoy this spring shakeup.

  • Aries

    March 21—April 19

    (March 21—April 19)
    The lunar eclipse is visible on the 15th, but it’s most powerful in the weeks before and after its transit. Relationship issues are thrust to the forefront and long-buried emotions will be resurrected. Though it’s painful, remember: There’s more room for cute shoes in a skeleton-free closet.

  • Cancer

    June 21—July 22

    (June 21—July 22)
    Since Mercury isn’t in retrograde, April has the potential to be a magical, drama-free month. (Thrive in chaos? Don’t worry. Just wait for June.) Still, take extra caution around the water cooler on the 19th. Mercury’s out of the picture, but someone else is all ears.

  • Capricorn

    Dec 22—Jan 19

    (December 22—January 19)
    When Venus and Jupiter are in conjunction on the 18th, it’s like Valentine’s Day in April. The planets of marriage and money really want to walk down the aisle with sincere and loving Capricorns. As a reward for your kindness this year, prepare for a very sweet month.

  • Gemini

    May 21—June 20

    (May 21—June 20)
    Geminis are given astrological carte blanche in April. Spontaneity is an enemy of the information-driven twin sign, but now’s the time to let gut feelings be the guide. On the 18th take a look at close relationships. Is it officially time to toss a toxic friend?

  • Leo

    July 23—Aug 22

    (July 23—August 22)
    When climbing the ladder at work, being friends with those on the lower rungs always comes in handy. Driven Leos often forget to share the limelight and this doesn’t work in their favor. Give credit where credit is due on the 15th or be prepared for a mighty long fall.

  • Libra

    Sept 23—Oct 22

    (September 23—October 22)
    Once considered a bad omen, an eclipse is now seen as a period of powerful transformation that can be positive as well. This puts Libras at a major crossroads on the 15th. No decisions should be made lightly, as outcomes will color the rest of the year—but embrace change and follow the positive path, even if you must walk it alone.

  • Pices

    Feb 19—March 20

    (February 19—March 20)
    Pisces, the 12th sign, is the party animal of the Zodiac. It’s got a little bit of everything. To avoid falling under any one influence when Mars, Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter pass through, don’t make any major relationship or work decisions until every last cosmic guest has gone home on the 25th.

  • Sagittarius

    Nov 22—Dec 21

    (November 22—December 21)
    The “wanderer” of the Zodiac, archers often give up on ideas and situations before they can come to fruition. Uranus has taken a shine to Sagittarians, placing endless excitement in their paths. Make sure you stop to appreciate these gestures before Uranus offers them to more grateful signs.

  • Scorpio

    Oct 23—Nov 21

    (October 23—November 21)
    Unfortunately, the solar eclipse on the 29th doesn’t brighten up a Scorpio’s life. In fact, it’s in direct opposition and will make hurdles seem higher and challenges seem harder. A side effect of this will be the instinct to question authority, but please don’t act on that sudden desire to go crazy on your supervisor.

  • Taurus

    April 20—May 20

    (April 20—May 20)
    Bulls’ patience has paid off in the form of a glorious solar eclipse on the 29th. It brightens the second house of money and wealth and thankfully, keeps the 12th house of financial debt in the dark. Make smart decisions and the universe will surely invest back in you.

  • Virgo

    Aug 23—Sept 22

    (August 23—September 22)
    There’s no room to be inflexible during a month with two eclipses. Though rolling with the punches is contrary to a Virgo’s uncompromising nature, it’s the only way to get through such a quietly chaotic time. Simply swapping “yes” for “no” is a good start.

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Sydney Levin is an extremely attractive writer living in New York City. She enjoys noodles and sloths, although not in that order.