This week your money and sense of self-worth are highlighted. You have the opportunity to bring in more of what you want when you recognize you deserve it.
On April 7, Mars in Aquarius, in your house of intuitive ability, makes a rough aspect to Uranus in your house of communication. The Universe is speaking loud and clear through signs and messages coming to you from all directions. When you know the question, the answers are obvious. It's a good idea today to sit down and write out your questions, focusing on the positive. Avoid questions like, "Why does this always happen to me?" Instead, a better question would be, "What would my job look like if I was working half as much time and making twice as much money?" Answers may come to you through song lyrics, lines from movies, memories of things people have said, etc. Jot down the messages you receive to be interpreted later.
On the same day, the communication planet Mercury, which is traveling through Pisces, your own sign, links up with mighty Pluto and Jupiter in Capricorn. Creating a vision board is a powerful technique you can use today to activate opportunities in the future. Or sit down with friends and talk about where you would like to be in five years. As you state these things aloud you draw in opportunities.
And finally, on April 7, the new moon in Libra, in your house of resources from others, draws energy like a magnet to you. This is a good day to send reminder notes to the people who owe you money. Call in favors from those who are in debt to you. For those invoices where you cannot collect, let the Universe know you would like to be reimbursed in some other way.
April 8 has the sun making a sweet connection to Venus in your house of family. It's a good idea to spend a happy day with the people you love—even if it’s over FaceTime. Celebrate family.
April 11 has Mercury, now in your house of money, linking up with Saturn, the planet of discipline. Use today to review your budget, complete your taxes or look at your investments. This aspect can give you the perseverance to examine things with an objective and critical eye. Look at the financial mistakes you've made over the past year and consider how you can keep from repeating those errors. But also look at the good decisions you have made, where you were practical and prudent. And see how you can make more positive choices in the future.