There are some big doin’s in the cosmos this week, Gemini, as the solar system delivers the annual full moon in your sign on Tuesday. Something that you’ve been working on or hoping for may finally come to pass, and you certainly deserve it. It’s time to take the center of the stage and bask in the glory.
Serious Saturn is in an excellent angle to the Sun, indicating that you are entering a period in which you will crave more responsibility. You won’t be afraid of hard work and will develop the good skills you need to pull off your future plans. But there is some friction between you and a partner on Tuesday, and you would be wise to resolve it ahead of time if you can.
On Sunday a sparkling Sun-Uranus aspect allows a rather spontaneous discussion with a partner, especially when it comes to the overall picture of your alliance and where you’re heading. This includes business partnerships as well as romantic ones, so make an effort on Sunday and Monday to reach out to these folks. There is a surprise aspect to this, as you may find that the two of you are closer in opinion than you may have realized.
However, if you can’t reach common ground the full moon may be a tipping point. It’s critical to share the same values and dreams as a collaborator or lover. What your friends or family think doesn’t matter. As long as you feel that you’re on the same page with someone, so be it.
This tension can carry forward into Thursday, when money may become a issue. Make sure that your family and business budget are on target. If one of you is a saver and the other is a spender (isn’t that usually the case?) you have some issues to work out. The same holds true for spending on kids, which could be a topic that comes up, especially with Christmas coming. Your children don’t need a wide screen TV in their separate bedrooms, nor do they need 10 pairs of Uggs.
The mood lightens considerably by the weekend as the Moon in Leo lets you speak your piece with greater ease. This is a good time to establish a new budget (you singles included). While you’re at it, create a slush fund for over-the-top dreams and big expenses, like a dream house or world cruise. Start tossing extra change in there and watch to grow—then treat yourself.