There's an emphasis this week on rest and recuperation for you. Give yourself enough time to do the things you enjoy. Do not give over your schedule entirely to work and obligations.
On April 7, Mars in Aquarius, in your house of home and family, makes a tough angle to Uranus in your house of relationships. This could mean a big change in an intimate relationship as you begin living with your partner or maybe buying a house together. You may take a new partner home to meet your parents or your kids. (Or connect over FaceTime or Zoom.) There could be a lot of discussion between you and that special someone about the future together.
April 7 could be a busy day as Mercury in Pisces syncs with Jupiter and Pluto in your house of communications. Your phone is ringing off the hook. Texts are coming in, both ones you expected and some from people you haven't heard from in a long time.
Also on April 7, the full moon is rising in your chart and signaling a need for self-care. All the distractions of the world could be beating down your door, but this is a good day to sleep in, have a massage, take a long bubble bath, or have a peaceful walk in the woods. As you care for yourself, others show more interest in caring for you as well.
April 8 has the sun in Aries angling toward Venus in your house of money and finance. This is a good day to get investment advice or to seek out ways to diversify your portfolio. You can consider paying down debt and start by filling out applications for consolidation loans. A large ticket item could be sold today.
April 11 has Mercury, now in Aries, linking up with Saturn at the base of your chart. This can indicate communication from a family member and a serious discussion could ensue. There are responsibilities and obligations to be talked about. A family member may need help with their own relationship or perhaps issues with their kids. They feel the need to lean on someone and that person might be you. And while you are their rock of Gibraltar, make sure that this is mutual, that the support doesn't just go one way. One-way support can create an imbalance. It would be better to make it clear what obligations are on each side and help each other fill those.