Tatler's Weekly Horoscope 2021: April 18 to 24
This week will begin with a chance to confront a heavy truth but fear not—when Mercury and Jupiter come in creative contact on Sunday, you'll find a new sense of faith in the future to make new plans. On the second day of the workweek, the Sun and Mercury will be in Taurus, helping us slow down our thoughts and take more breathing space. At the end of the week, you may feel as though life keeps coming at you with punches but if you can learn to adapt, you might even end up with better options.
(Related: Tatler's Monthly Horoscope: April 2021)
Slow down our impulses
Star signs impacted the most: Virgo and Capricorn will get a boost
A progression of planets into new signs this week brings a change to the cosmic mood music. By Tuesday the Sun and Mercury will be in Taurus, slowing down our thoughts and allowing us to take more breathing space. Mars moving into Cancer on Saturday may slow the tempo of our impulses and actions for several weeks. What is lost in speed, though, will be made up for in conviction.
Keep faith during hard moments
Star signs impacted the most: Cancer and Libra can step up
We start this week with an opportunity to confront a heavy truth or wrap your head around a challenging reality. The good news is Mercury and Jupiter in creative contact on Sunday offers plenty of faith in the future and a willingness to make new plans.
Roll with the punches
Star signs impacted the most: Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius should try not to get too attached
Creative chaos toward the end of the week may ruffle your feathers. At the same time, disruption to your plans is likely to open up even better options. If you can roll with life’s punches right now you might end up with much more than you thought was possible.
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De Rui is a Western astrologer and the founder of Chart Life, a personalised astrology service for those who want more insight and support for love, business and personal growth. De Rui is a member of the British Astrological Association and the National Council for Geocosmic Research, and is a graduate of Harvard College.