Today is strong for productivity in general, dear Taurus, as well as for firming up plans.

Competition can motivate you to improve your game! Today’s Moon transit highlights your need for non-routine experiences, however.

While you’re craving a break from the routine today as the Moon encourages you to explore and discover rather than produce, there are a lot of things on your to-do list.

As divided as you may be feeling about work and play, you’re in great shape for finding a nice compromise.

Find ways to satisfy both needs by mixing up your routine or working out frustrations through physical activity.

A discussion or clarification can be beneficial, particularly about a partnership or with a partner.

Tread carefully when closing in on a treasured dream. Counting those chickens before they hatch can be a costly distraction.

Luckily, it’s an avoidable miscalculation. Stay tuned into the moment at hand today, without looking back or trying to peer too far ahead. Almost at the finish line is not the same thing as crossing it.

All that’s meant to come will come in due time, but remaining on track is essential. Don’t fade down the stretch. Perseverance is your secret to success.

The Moon’s final hours in an adventurous part of your chart are always something that you want to embrace, especially as you’re about to move into some fairly intense professional days.

It was the Moon’s alignment with Pluto here yesterday that may have already sparked a sense of rebellion, especially when it comes to a life that is all work and no play.

Yet with the Sun, Mars and by the end of the day the Moon firing things up on the job and career fronts, this is now more important than ever.

Today’s Quote: “Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you’ve ever been, to stand up taller than you than you ever were.”

Lucky Numbers: 2, 5, 18, 28, 35, 45

Daily Compatibility: Pisces

Creativity: Good

Love: Good

Business: Good

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