Leo native, at the beginning of the week, you are king of the hill. But, toward the end of the week, you could be having a Jack and Jill hillside experience.
The week begins on Monday, February 1, with the sun in Aquarius, in your house of partnerships, making a square to Mars at the top of your chart. You are on fire, quick on the draw, ready with answers, able to impress the boss so much so that you are in charge today. You are exuding confidence from every pore. And as you survey your kingdom, the question on your lips might be, "Is it big enough?" You might need to think bigger and see if manifest destiny can expand your world.
The week continues, and on Thursday, February 4, Venus in Aquarius, in your house of relationships, makes a semi-square to Neptune in your house of intimacy. You could have an "oops" moment today with your dating partner. You might put your foot in your mouth. Weight gain or hair loss are not good conversation starters. Mostly this aspect is about feeling disappointed with some part of the relationship. So, if you don't see fireworks tonight, try not to feel down.
Venus moves to conjunct Saturn on Friday, February 5, and now it's time to get serious about making your partnership work. If you're in a long-term relationship, a discussion about divvying up the chores and other responsibilities should be on the schedule. If you're dating, it's maybe time to talk about living together, your attitudes about child-rearing, or sharing finances. If you're looking for love, check out some of the better psychology books on finding a good match.
The week comes to an end on Saturday, February 6, with a pair of aspects starting with the sun making a trine to the North Node in Gemini. At the same time, Venus squares Uranus at the top of your chart. Like a prospector hitting a vein of gold, your actions could bring luck, and everything may fall into place. You might be discussing with your significant other possible job changes. These could result in you both having more time together or even starting a family business as a team. Or maybe you want to do something entirely different, like renovating a school bus (it's called a skoolie) and taking the family on an extended road trip.