March Horoscope 2023 Which Signs Can Expect Luck in Travel This Month
Lin Chen
Women Who Travel

March Horoscope 2023: Which Signs Can Expect Luck in Travel This Month

Professional astrologer Kirah Tabourn reads your monthly horoscope—and spells out how it may shape your travels.

March is a month for monumental change as six planets shift signs, one for the first time in three years, another for the first time in fifteen. Expect life to speed up quite a bit as Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and the Sun enter Aries, a fast-paced fire sign, preparing us for uncharted territory in the months ahead. March, however, kicks off with a visually stunning alignment of Venus and Jupiter, a yearly event that tends to bring positive manifestations—and signals a great time to travel, especially for trips focused on connection, pleasure, joy, and entertainment. 

Another big shift taking place this year is Saturn’s entry into Pisces on Tuesday, March 7, which coincides with the Virgo full moon. Saturn spends nearly three years in each sign, making this an important and notable change, as Saturn first entered Aquarius in March 2020. It’s movement into Pisces is a huge deal, signaling a shift in our responsibilities, limitations, and how we structure our lives. The Virgo full moon happening in the sign opposite Pisces on this day brings a spotlight to the ways we show up in service to others, while Saturn in Pisces reminds us of our duties to the collective. The problems that you may have been facing personally and collectively over the last three years are resolving as new challenges arise. How you take care of yourself and others throughout these changes is what matters the most. Venus enters its home sign of Taurus on Thursday, March 16, leaving the latter half of the month characterized by a shift into prioritizing comfort, quality, and the simple pleasures of life. It’s an excellent time to prioritize food experiences, relaxation, and other pleasure-oriented activities on your travels. 

Then, the spring equinox takes place on Monday, March 20, when the Sun enters Aries, followed by an Aries new moon on March 21. The fresh, sprite energy of this sign might be exactly what you need heading into the second quarter of the year—and it’s a great new moon to use to set intentions for the rest of 2023. Aries is direct, fast-paced, and to the point, so utilize that energy to propel yourself into new journeys. A few days later on Thursday, March 23, Pluto will enter Aquarius, leaving Capricorn for the first time since it entered in 2008. Pluto, the planet of total and complete transformation, power struggles, death, and rebirth, will be testing the waters in Aquarius until June 11, so pay attention to what shifts you notice during this time, personally and around you. Finally, on Saturday, March 25, Mars will enter Cancer after seven months in Gemini, which will be a relief for most. Mars rules our ability to make decisions and act on them—during its time in Gemini, you may have felt stuck ruminating over different options. That changes when Mars enters Cancer, a cardinal sign that is known for initiating. Overall, March is a busy month that, for a lot of folks, will feel like the official start of 2023. Buckle up.

Astrologer's note: Below we refer to your signs as “rising” signs, also known as your ascendant sign. Horoscopes are more accurate when read this way—using your birth time and location, you can quickly find your rising sign online (it takes less than 30 seconds).

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Aries Rising

We start March with one of the most auspicious planetary arrangements of the year: an exact alignment of Venus and Jupiter in your rising sign, Aries, on Wednesday, March 1. Not only is this a beautiful sight to see (look for the two bright stars stacked on top of one another, just after sunset—that’s them!), but it’s also an exciting time for receiving love, pleasure, gifts, and new opportunities related to travel, partnership, and money-making ventures. All you have to do is be ready and open to receive it all, which means not overloading your schedule over the next few months—keep your regular obligations on the lighter side so you can be available for whatever comes your way. If you’re traveling during this time, this could be a week filled with some of the most fun you’ve had in a long time. Stop and take in the little things, savor every sweet moment, and allow yourself to feel blissed out.

A monumental shift occurs on March 7 when Saturn, the planet responsible for your career and professional network, leaves Aquarius and enters Pisces, where it will stay until 2026. For the last five years, you’ve worked harder than ever to establish yourself through your career, and by making and solidifying your community. Take a moment to be proud of all you’ve accomplished. Now, it’s time for a break. Saturn in Pisces, your 12th house of solitude, retreat, and contemplation, over the next three years allows you the time and space to distance yourself from the collective so that you can eventually come to a better, more holistic understanding of your contributions to society, and how those efforts can become easier to sustain. You need and deserve rest. Pay attention to the shifts in your desire to form new connections: Your circle is becoming smaller, and that’s a good thing, because your energy is becoming more valuable. 

We close out the month with your ruling planet, Mars, finally leaving Gemini for Cancer, your fourth house of home, family, land, and rooting. Mars has been in Gemini, a busy and curious part of your chart having to do with transportation and learning, since August 2022. If you’ve been feeling like you’ve been on a merry-go-round for the past six months, that’s probably why. When Mars enters Cancer, a lot will change. You may find yourself returning home after a long voyage, or traveling to a place you consider a homeland. While there may be discomfort in this transition, it’s a welcome change of pace. Finally, you’ll be able to take action instead of ruminating, and feel settled and grounded once again. 

Taurus Rising

You start off the month enjoying abundant moments of quiet and solitude, especially as your ruling planet, Venus, comes into an exact alignment with Jupiter on Wednesday, March 1 (you’ll be able to see them as two bright stars to the west right after sunset). Both Venus and Jupiter are considered “benefics” meaning they bestow blessings and pleasurable opportunities, which only increases when they come together every year. The first two weeks of March are great for retreat and escapist travel, especially with friends or other members of your community (maybe even coworkers). You’re given space away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday, and time to experience life with people who are meaningful to you. 

This theme of friendship, community, and network becomes even more emphasized when Saturn makes a monumental shift into Pisces after three years in Aquarius, your tenth house of career, vocation, and reputation. With Saturn being the planet responsible for both your career and your experience of travel, it’s likely you’ve attempted to find ways to merge the two over the last five years. You’ve accomplished so much, and now it’s time to bring that dedication and focus into solidifying a conscious community of people that share your vision. Saturn enters Pisces on Tuesday, March 7, and will spend the next three years in Pisces inviting you to be more intentional about who you spend time with while presenting opportunities to meet people that could change your life. 

Halfway through March, you’ll finally feel ready to come out of hiding when Venus, your ruling planet, enters Taurus on Thursday, March 16. This is your time. Expect to feel more physically comfortable, confident, and like yourself. You’ll also be more available for socializing and showing up in person, which may entice you to focus on your look. Venus is the planet of art, beauty, and aesthetics after all, so why not treat yourself to a fresh haircut? If you’re planning on traveling this spring, you may want to start shopping for vacation looks now. Venus will be in Taurus until April 11, so soak it up while it lasts.

Gemini Rising

March is all about putting yourself out there and making new friends. You’re bound to make some important connections this month, so say yes to invitations that could lead to networking opportunities. The month starts with one of the most auspicious alignments of the year: Venus and Jupiter will come together in the sky on March 1 (visible in the western sky after sunset) symbolizing a potent opportunity to make new acquaintances that could lead to exciting creative endeavors, romance, or just enriching fun. 

A profound shift occurs on Tuesday, March 7, when Saturn enters Pisces where it will remain until 2026. For the last three years, Saturn has moved through Aquarius, your ninth house of international travel and higher education, and you’ve been able to develop a more holistic sense of the world, solidifying your perspective on life. A lot of that has been done through your travels and deep exploration into other cultures. Now, it’s time to share what you’ve learned with the world. Saturn’s shift into Pisces, your tenth house, draws your attention to your career, vocation, and reputation. The questions of who you want to be on the world’s stage, what you want to be known for, and what legacy you want to leave behind have likely already been turning over in your mind. From this point forward, travel becomes more about work and career, which could begin to involve people from different places. This is all underscored by Pluto entering your ninth house on Thursday, March 23, marking the beginning of a profound twenty year transformation in how you view and interact with the world through travel and international work. 

Don’t be surprised if you feel called to take time away from your everyday life to contemplate these big questions and shifts. When Venus travels through Taurus, your twelfth house, beginning Thursday, March 16 through April 11, it's a great time to escape into nature and clear your mind. Solitude, good food, and a cozy place to lay might be just what you need to reset for a few days before facing the busy season ahead.

Cancer Rising

Pisces season tends to be a great time for you to travel, as the Sun lights up your ninth house of international destinations and perspective-shifting experiences. If you find yourself abroad this month, spending time near or in water could be especially refreshing and healing—so hit the beach, the spa, or hike to a local waterfall for some much-needed cleansing. It’s a busy month, especially career-wise, so if travel isn’t in the cards, don’t fret. Consider this a great time to book future trips. The Sun is responsible for your spending and its transit through your ninth house of travel suggests using your money on just that.

A series of alignments in Aries, your tenth house of career, vocation, and reputation bring a sustained focus on advancements in this area. Whether you’re up for a promotion, launching something new, or looking for new work opportunities, this is a special time for you. Do your best not to overload your schedule because there may be invitations coming that could take up quite a bit of your time and energy. While it all might seem a bit nebulous at first, clarity comes at the end of the month when Mars enters Cancer on Saturday, March 25, which will make decision-making simpler, and the pace of life seems to speed up dramatically. With Mars in Cancer until May 20, you can finally take action toward what you’ve been ruminating on for the last six months.

Among other momentous shifts occurring in March is Saturn’s entry into Pisces on March 7, which coincides with a full moon in Virgo that same day. Over the last three years with Saturn in Aquarius, you’ve been forced to get serious about your inner healing and, in the process, faced challenging emotional and financial situations that may have dampened your perspective on life and the dreams you once had for yourself. Saturn’s shift into Pisces until 2026 presents you with time and space to shift your perspective and put work into discovering new horizons. Travel plays a huge role in these new explorations, and with that, the way you travel becomes much more intentional and thoughtful. The Virgo full moon that takes place on March 7 highlights a need to get out and about wherever you find yourself, to begin that journey. 

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Leo Rising

It’s an excellent month for travel, especially with a few busy months ahead. Multiple planets spend time in your ninth house of international travel in March, pulling your attention and energy toward expanding your horizons and having new, enriching experiences. The month starts off with an auspicious alignment of Venus and Jupiter in Aries (this will be visible in the western sky right after sunset) on March 1, followed by a Mercury-Jupiter alignment later in the month on March 27, with more to come in April all pointing toward pleasure, fun, abundance, and opportunity in areas like travel, education, and even publishing and media. If you’re traveling this month, take advantage of this time by fully immersing yourself in your experience while there. Try your best to disconnect from work, social media, or any other external stressors to be fully present in your journey—there’s a lot of joy, pleasure, and bliss that’s available to you during this time. If you aren’t on the road this month, it’s also an excellent time to plan future trips. The astrology of November looks good for road trips, long train journeys, camping, and visits to big cities for concerts and socializing. It’s also the holiday season, so if you already know where you’re going to spend it, consider securing your flights and accommodations ahead of time. 

On March 7, a major shift occurs when Saturn enters Pisces, causing a shift in your obligations and responsibilities. Over the last three years, Saturn has been moving through Aquarius, your seventh house of relationships, partnerships, and companionship, inviting you to get serious about the people you choose to partner with. Whether you entered into a new long-term relationship, ended a serious partnership, or experienced stagnancy with love and dating, it’s likely you’ve grown quite a bit in this area of life since 2020. Now, as Saturn leaves for Pisces, you’re afforded more grace and ease in forming new relationships while Saturn shifts focus to your material, psychological, and emotional debts, healing trauma, developing trust for others, and sharing resources. This could put some stress on your finances by increasing your desire to secure savings and investments—trust the process. 

March is also a big month for career developments as Venus, the planet responsible for your profession, enters its home sign of Taurus on March 16, making way for positive experiences like recognition within your field, opportunities for advancement, successful launches, and new positions. By the end of the month, you may feel the need for a break from all of the business. Mars enters Cancer, your twelfth house of solitude, retreat, and contemplation on Saturday, March 25, making it a great time to escape. Long-term travel or extended time away from your home could be just what you need to help process all of these life changes seemingly happening all at once. 

Virgo Rising

It’s a big month and the major focus is relationships and partnerships. Whether you’re single, partnered, or somewhere in between, you can expect major shifts in your relationships this year with Saturn’s entry into Pisces on Tuesday, March 7. For the last three years, Saturn has been working diligently in your sixth house of work and wellness, keeping you in a seemingly non-stop grind that has no doubt taken a toll on you physically, mentally, and spiritually. It hasn’t been easy but hopefully you’re now in a place where you’re doing work that resonates with you and isn’t detrimental to your physical health. Now as Saturn shifts into Pisces, your seventh house of relationships and companions, the hard work Saturn requires comes with it. You may begin to ask yourself what you truly want and desire from your relationships as well as address fears around sacrifice and losing your identity within a partnership. Of course, this applies to all types of relationships, not just romantic ones, and includes business partners, clients, close friends, and anyone else you form a close one-on-one bond with. A Virgo full moon also takes place on March 7, highlighting your physical, emotional and spiritual needs in contrast to new responsibilities in relationships. All of this is underscored by Mercury, your planetary ruler, entering Pisces on March 2 and forming an exact alignment with the Sun on Friday, March 17, symbolizing the start of a new relationship cycle. Don’t be afraid of forming new attachments and making new connections, for that’s where the work begins. 

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While your relationships may be the biggest focus this month, it’s also a lovely time for international travel or journeys of any kind. Venus enters Taurus on Thursday, March 16, where it will stay until April 11, making the few weeks in between perfect for exploration. Venus considers Taurus a home, so you can easily access comfort, rest, and pleasure-oriented experiences while traveling during Venus’s stay. Try activities like a food tour, cooking class, seeing or making art, crafting, shopping, and relaxing in nature. Venus in Taurus is all about enjoying the little things in life. And who knows, you may even encounter love in the process. 

Libra Rising

This month is all about your relationships and meeting new people. While you’re no stranger to a social occasion, you may be surprised by just how many invitations you’ll receive to get out and about in March. This is because Venus, your ruling planet, is spending time in Aries, your seventh house of relationships and partnerships. Additionally, Venus is involved in one of the most auspicious planetary alignments of the year right at the top of the month. On Wednesday, March 1, Jupiter and Venus form an exact alignment in Aries (which will be visible in the western sky after sunset), symbolizing an opportunity for a supportive and positive connection, potentially with someone you work with or someone from your neighborhood or community. If you find yourself traveling during this time, say yes to invitations to socialize and meet new people, as you never know where these connections could take you in the future. It’s also a very vulnerable time for you when it comes to partnering and relationships. Maybe you’re just starting to put yourself out there for the first time in a long time, or maybe you’ve recently endured heartbreak or disappointment. It’s important to give yourself some grace, but also to push yourself to be open and ready for opportunities to heal through new relationships. 

On March 16, Venus leaves Aries for Taurus, its home sign which shifts your focus a bit to the trust required to maintain relationships. When Venus is at home in Taurus, you’re afforded more time to rest and receive. What do you want? What do you feel is owed to you? Let it be known and watch as it’s delivered. This is a beautiful time for intimate connections and forming new bonds based on mutual trust. Taurus is your eighth house of debt, decline, support, and counseling, after all. While Venus moves through the sign, you may feel called to focus on healing emotional wounds that have gone untreated for too long. Seeking support is important, for the eighth house is a place of reciprocity. You give plenty, and now it’s time to receive. 

The biggest shift this month takes place on March 7, when Saturn enters Pisces after three years of moving through Aquarius. This is important as it makes fun, pleasure, and creativity easier to access. Saturn has put a lot of pressure on you, to the point where you may have started to feel stifled or stagnant when it comes to your creativity and your ability to play. As Saturn shifts in your sixth house of work and wellness, your responsibilities transition from solidifying your creative practice to stepping into your soul work and taking better care of your physical body. More work is likely in store for you, which could be great if you are looking for a new job. But, investing time in your career will mean less time for travel—be intentional and plan ahead to carve out space for it. 

Scorpio Rising

If you’ve felt trapped for the last six months, you aren’t alone. Luckily, these are the final few weeks in that space before you’re able to step out and see the light. Your ruling planet, Mars, has been in the sign Gemini since August 2022, which is highly unusual as Mars typically only spends about two months in a sign. This extended stay has been especially difficult, as it’s likely been hard to make concrete decisions and, instead, you’ve been stuck in a paralysis of choice for far too long. Mars finally leaves Gemini on Saturday, March 25, when it will enter Cancer, your ninth house of international travel, journeys, and new experiences. The following months will bring a big focus to travel, expanding your horizon and getting you out of your comfort zone, so it’s a great time to start planning. A travel destination that has a strong sense of community and familiarity could be a good place to start. More than anything, you’re likely craving connection, comfort, and support right now, so make plans to go out and find it. 

In the meantime, work is picking up. Jupiter has been in your sixth house of work, service, and wellness since December, but on March 1, it's joined by Venus, a special and auspicious alignment that will be visible in the western sky after sunset. This symbolizes a pleasurable, creative, or joyous opportunity coming your way with work that could look like a lucrative new business partnership, landing a new job, or an exciting new project to tackle. Regardless, you’ll definitely continue to be busy this month—in addition to this beautiful alignment, there’s more activity in Aries to come, including an Aries New Moon on March 21 and Mercury-Jupiter alignment on March 27. At that point, you could end up traveling for work, so stay open to invitations, and don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it, especially if you need accommodations for any health issues. 

One of the biggest shifts of the month occurs on Tuesday, March 7 when Saturn enters Pisces for the first time in 30 years. A full moon in Virgo takes place the same day, lighting up your eleventh house of friends, community, and network, drawing your attention to ways you can be of service to others through your unique talents and gifts. Saturn draws your focus to these skills as it enters your fifth house of creativity, pleasure, and fun. After three years of traveling through the lowest part of your chart—your fourth house of home, family, and ancestry—you’ve likely spent a lot of time and energy finding a place to root yourself. Now, it’s time to focus on your responsibility to share your gifts with the world. This could look like getting more serious about a creative discipline or even dedicating yourself to better understanding your relationship to pleasure and sensuality. You have three years to explore this area, so there’s no rush, but spend time this month starting this work.

Sagittarius Rising 

It’s time to have some fun! We start the month with a beautifully auspicious alignment of Venus and your ruling planet, Jupiter on March 1, which will also be visible in the western sky after sunset. This formation takes place in Aries, which is your fifth house of pleasure, play, sex, and creativity, providing the potential for a myriad of positive outcomes. It’s a great moment for artists and creatives of all types—you may be looking at an exciting new project or opportunity. If you’re trying to conceive, this could be an especially fertile time for you. If you’re traveling during this time, seek creative and pleasure-oriented activities such as seeing a show, crafting, and of course, fun dates. The fun doesn’t stop with this alignment, for Venus and Jupiter are followed by Mercury and the Sun over the following weeks, so pace yourself, but live it up—you deserve it!

While there’s an urge to immerse yourself in pleasurable experiences, you’ll likely still feel pulled to stay comfortable in your home space while Pisces season continues until March 20. The topic of home and family become of much greater importance over the next three years as Saturn enters Pisces on March 7. Pisces is your fourth house of home, family, ancestry, and land. With Saturn entering this area of your life, you’re being called to anchor yourself in a place that fulfills your foundational needs. It may take a while to fully land where you’re meant to be, but the process starts this month. Maybe you choose to take a deeper exploration into your cultural heritage, or even take on a greater responsibility within your family like caring for parents. Maybe you need a bigger home to accommodate new members, or maybe you’re ready to downsize as an empty nester. If you’ve ever considered relocating to a different part of the country or the world, this is a great time to start seriously thinking about it, which might involve some travel to search for that perfect place. This month is the time to book trips for later this year, especially for November and December. 

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Capricorn Rising

Profound shifts take place this month that usher you into a new era of your life, and all you have to do is be open and available for the change. We begin the month with a beautiful and auspicious alignment of Venus and Jupiter, which will be visible in the western sky after sunset on March 1. This alignment takes place in Aries, your fourth house of home and family, indicating a time when you may be receiving blessings and grace in these areas. Whether you’re searching for a new home, waiting for good news from a parent or family member, or you’re finally able to furnish and decorate your space, the first week of March is excellent for all things related to your home, land, and family. In fact, this area of your life stays busy throughout the month as the alignment is followed by an Aries New Moon on Tuesday, March 21, and another alignment between Mercury and Jupiter on Monday, March 27, indicating a great time for travel related to home and family as well—like visiting relatives or searching for a place to relocate to. 

The most significant shift occurs on Tuesday, March 7, when your ruling planet, Saturn, enters Pisces. This is huge. Saturn is a slow-moving planet, spending three years in a sign before moving to the next. Since 2020, Saturn has been in Aquarius, your second house of finances, income, and purchases. You’ve spent the last three years investing your time and energy into yourself, focusing on creating long-term solutions to ensure your financial stability into the future. You’ve done so much work, and it’s never easy being so tight with your finances and spending. Congratulate yourself! Now, as Saturn leaves Aquarius to enter Pisces, your focus and responsibilities shift toward developing and solidifying valuable skill sets. There’s likely a skill that you’re already strong in, such as writing, coding, cooking, or crafting, for example, that you may start to feel the desire to take to a new level; or there could be something new you’re itching to learn, like a language, video editing, or herbalism. Your focus will be on developing and mastering this skill over the next three year—and don’t worry if you’re not quite sure what that is right now, as it will become obvious with time. 

Another exciting aspect of your ruling planet shifting into Pisces, your third house, is that you’ll feel more comfortable and yet compelled to get out of your comfort zone and explore your local surroundings related to third house themes like transportation and short-distance travel, your neighborhood and locality, as well as siblings and extended family like cousins, aunts, and uncles. Whether you’ll find yourself connecting more with nearby family, or simply exploring your city for the fun of it, you can find a lot of fulfillment and growth through these activities. You may even feel inspired to whip out your bike or buy some roller blades to help facilitate your re-entry into the world. There’s no rush, but it’s an exciting change of pace that you shouldn’t wait to hop into.

Aquarius Rising

Not to sound too dramatic, but the shifts that take place in March will fundamentally change your life from this point onward. March 2023 is a big month that kicks off with an auspicious alignment of Venus and Jupiter in Aries, your third house of neighborhood, locality, and transportation. This is a special moment when the two planets that tend to bring positivity and opportunity come together to bless this area of your life. It’s an excellent time for travel, especially by car, train, or other types of ground transportation. Expect pleasurable experiences in transit, as well as opportunities to have fun in your local area, such as a bar crawl, tasting menu, or exhilarating hike. The good vibes extend throughout the month, so continue to spread your wings and stay busy, as you’re bound to make lovely connections and new friends in your area. 

One of the biggest shifts to take place for you this year is when Saturn, your ruling planet, leaves Aquarius and enters Pisces on Tuesday, March 7. For the last three years, Saturn has been moving through your first house of identity, body, and appearance, working you from the inside out to solidify your sense of self. This has involved a long, arduous journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance for who you are. Now that you’ve come to a new self-understanding, you’re ready to move on to investing in yourself and your long-term happiness. Pisces is your second house of finances, income, spending, and material items, so when Saturn moves into this area of your life, your focus shifts toward understanding how to create financial stability for yourself. Know that this is another long journey that you’re embarking on and that you won’t encounter a clear path right away. It could look like finding new work with better pay and benefits, it could look like finally going into business for yourself, or even spending considerable time healing emotional wounds around money and resources. Consider what you value most in life and the ways you can honor those values as you make a living. You may also begin to wonder how you can give back, finding ways to be altruistic with what you have. With a greater focus on finances, you’ll likely find yourself being more restrictive and intentional about what you spend your time and resources on. Don’t be surprised if you withdraw from activities that you usually spend frivolously on. Your priorities are shifting, and that’s okay—just be mindful to honor both your commitments, and your process. 

Another profound shift happening this month is Pluto’s entrance into Aquarius on Thursday, March 23, marking the beginning of the planet’s 20-year transit through your first house of self, identity, and physical body. Pluto is a planet of total and complete transformation, a metamorphosis that happens slowly but totally changes you from the inside out. Pluto will only be in Aquarius until June 11 this year, so this is just a small taste of what’s to come. It’s hard to briefly speak on a transit that will last over two decades, but for now, know that all you have to do is pay attention to the ways you notice yourself changing.

Pisces Rising

We start the month steeped in Pisces season, which gives you a healthy glow from the inside out, however, most of the action is taking place in the next sign over, Aries, which is your second house of finances, spending, and income. On March 1, a supremely auspicious alignment of Venus and Jupiter takes place in the sign, which could be wonderful for your wallet. Whether it’s a new work opportunity, a gratuitous gift, or you simply choosing to spend on something spectacular, you’ll be receiving something special at the beginning of March. The good money vibes extend throughout the month as Jupiter, your ruling planet, continues to make its way through your second house followed by Mercury and the Sun as well. You may feel called to put some funds toward a big trip, and once Mars enters Cancer on March 25, decision-making regarding travel will become a lot simpler and more straightforward so you can begin booking flights and accommodations you have your eye on.

The biggest shift that takes place for you this month is when Saturn enters your sign on Tuesday, March 7, which coincides with a Virgo full moon in your seventh house of partnerships and relationships. This is huge, as Saturn only changes signs every three years. It has traveled through Aquarius, your twelfth house, since 2020. When Saturn was in Aquarius, you were pulled into an extended solitude, spending time understanding your mental health needs, learning how to best use your energy, and observing life from a more detached place. When Saturn enters Pisces, that all begins to change as you’re invited to come back down to Earth, so to speak. It will be a physical experience as Saturn moves through your first house of your identity, appearance, and body. With your now deeper understanding of your mental health, it’s time to work on the physical and material. This three-year journey begins in March 2023, and you’ll want to ask yourself a few key questions: How would you like to show up and take up space in the world? What do you expect your body to be capable of? You’ll likely ruminate on these questions for some time. For now, all you have to do is pay attention to the subtle and obvious shifts occurring in your body and in your understanding of yourself.

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