The full moon is in your sign of Libra making this next few weeks the most significant period for you this year.
April 7 has Mars in Aquarius, in your house of love and romance, angling toward Uranus in your house of sex. This is an impulsive aspect that can result in exciting and unexpected behavior and pull you out of your comfort zone. A chance meeting could turn into an overnight stay. This aspect brings out the rebel in you. Fanciful, rousing ideas should be explored.
April 7 also has Mercury in Pisces meeting with Jupiter and Pluto in your house of home and family. There may be lots of communication with extended family. There may be issues around purchasing a house, moving, or doing some renovations. This is a busy aspect and you may feel pulled in several directions. Mercury in Pisces in the sixth house dissolves your schedule. It's good to be flexible today.
Finally, on April 7, the full moon in Libra lights up your first house of confidence and poise. It's good to be seen by the world while the moon is so bright and visible. Don't waste this energy hiding at home. If nothing else, call up some friends and set up a dinner date for later in the week.
On April 8, the sun in Aries, in your house of relationships, links with Venus, your ruler, which is now in Gemini in your house of education. If you're in school, you have the opportunity to get some help from a mentor or school advisor. There is a lot of pressure on you to complete projects or perhaps you are doing a presentation in front of the class. If you're feeling unprepared, it's time to focus your energy and see what the block is. Remember procrastination is just a sign that the plan you have isn't that good. Rework your plans and your procrastination will disappear.
April 11 has Mercury, now in the sign of Aries, moving toward Saturn in your house of children and fertility. Saturn can bring additional responsibilities and while Saturn is only in this house for a little while this year, it will be back next year to travel through your fertility house for more than 18 months. If you are wanting to add to the family, you have opportunities for nearly the next two years. But if you are seeking to avoid additional responsibilities it's a really good idea to take precautions now.