Taurus Daily Horoscope – 31 August 2021

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Today we see Mercury moving into the sign of Libra. This is great because Libra is the sign of partnerships so it’s going to be easier to talk about any issues standing between you and someone else. It’s also interesting, though, as at the end of September, Mercury will go retrograde in this same spot!

Here’s what Mercury in Libra means for you ahead of the retrograde…


Hopefully you have had some great fun in the past few weeks – because now it might be time to knuckle down! There are times for having fun and there are times to get your house (and life) in order. Guess which cycle you’re in now? Put it this way – Mercury’s move now into your 6th House of Daily Work and Health means you can expect to party less and work more over the next few weeks. The good news is that if you’ve been letting things slide a little – perhaps you’ve been having too much fun, perhaps a romance or a child has been taking up too much of your time – if you’ve been letting things slide, you can now expect to find the time and headspace you need to get back to attending to the tiny details of life. Clear your desk! This is also a great time to be making a 6 or even 12 month plan, if that’s your thing. Certainly your ability to schedule is high, so don’t waste it, if you know you need to live a life that’s slightly less chaotic. Break it down – what do you need to do, what do you want to do, and when can you feasibly do it? People freak out about Mercury Retrograde. But there’s no need! On the contrary, even in the midst of the mayhem, if you know how to work with Mercury retrograde, you can end up turning this cycle to your advantage long-term – again and again. Mercury retrograde has a bad reputation but it can be used to resteer your life. As Mercury changes direction, so can you! It’s so important I wrote a simple-to-understand book about it. Click here to find out more.

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