Illustration by Robin Eisenberg
We have two retrogrades this month: love planet Venus and communication planet Mercury. How will you deal?
Mercury retrograde is back again to ruin your life in April, and Venus is retrograde, too! A full moon in the sign of justice, Libra, arrives this month, as does the new moon in sensual (yet gluttonous) Earth sign Taurus. Read your in-depth monthly horoscope to see how all this will affect you:
Happy solar return—it's your season, Aries! April is big for your relationships. Read your monthly horoscope here.
Be gentle with yourself this month, Taurus. A fresh start is coming your way. Read your monthly horoscope here.
Your ruling planet, Mercury, will retrograde this month. Take time to rest. Read your monthly horoscope here.
April is a busy, social month for you. Read your monthly horoscope here.
You're ready for new experiences; April finds you reflecting on what moves you want to make next. Read your monthly horoscope here.
Your ruling planet, Mercury, will retrograde this month! Philosophical breakthroughs are on the way. Read your monthly horoscope here.
Your ruling planet, Venus, is retrograde this month, pushing you to reconsider how you spend your days. Read your monthly horoscope here.
April is a big month for your relationships, and you're ready for a fresh start. Read your monthly horoscope here.
April finds you wondering if you're too busy to have fun. Read your monthly horoscope here.
Getting in touch with your roots and your community is major this month. Read your monthly horoscope here.
April is all about communication and self-confidence. Read your monthly horoscope here.
April is big for getting clear on self-worth and values. Read your monthly horoscope here.
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