Taurus Horoscope

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4/20 - 5/20

Monthly Overview

Ah, spring! Ah, flowers! Ah, those chilled breezes that remind you that winter has not yet relaxed its grip! Ah! Breathe in this air of renewal on the 1st and 2nd. And talk to your friends about everything that's going on, and all it is that you're feeling, and if they have some advice about what you should do next, go ahead and solicit it. You attract the attention of someone very, very cute, the way a flower attracts a honeybee on the 7th, 8th and 9th. Turn your petals towards the sun and let the pollen be collected! Soon, it will be turned into sweet, sweet honey. A power struggle isn't the end of the world on the 12th, 13th and 14th. (Particularly if you win.) Some super intense emotions about your work, your love life or your nearest and dearest surface on the 19th, 20th and 21st. Let it all come up, then let this feeling run through you! Get grounded on the 24th and 25th. Go outside and take your shoes and socks off (if it's not too cold) and dig your toes into the earth and press your weight onto your heels. (If it's too cold, do this inside.) Take your sweet, sweet time on the 30th and 31st.

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Be open to innovation today, when you might be called upon to master some new technology or work procedure. Ignore the fact that it's presented to you by someone with an eccentric approach or hairstyle. As long as you get it.



You are feeling a bit conservative today -- if not politically, than temperamentally. You want to hang on to the status quo as much as you can and see if you can get others to do the same.



Dining out with vegan friends can be challenging for an omnivore -- keep that in mind no matter which side of the line you fall. Veggies burgers are quite tasty, especially if certain parties don't freak out about using a little Parmesan cheese to enhance the flavor.



You love your teenage cousin, but do you want to shop at the same places? Accessories and other small items from those kinds of stores are okay, but look for wardrobe essentials at higher-end boutiques and retail sources.