Francis Bevan has put together his horoscopes for the week 25 February – 3 March 2021. This week’s celebrity birthday is Teresa Palmer.
26 February 1986
Venus will be a stabilising influence over all Teresa’s relationships and friendships this year. This should be a great year for romance, and she will find that her relationships are fulfilled on many different levels. However, on the health front she must be careful of overindulging as this is certain to catch up with her. This is the ideal time for her to beautify her home and reconnect with nature. She will also draw much pleasure from being involved in her children’s education.
ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that you are not in possession of the full facts of a situation and you will pay the price if you act impetuously. Take a cool, calm, and long-term view of any business, financial or legal matters.
TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that you may have to be put up with some flak from your children or partner, as they could be in a tense or tetchy frame of mind. Don’t stress; things steadily improve until the end of winter.
GEMINI 22 May – 21 June
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates troubles on the home and family front. So, prepare for some misunderstandings with those you live with. There’s a good chance you’ll make a healthy investment now, although the rewards may not be immediate. It’s a good time to visit the ocean.
CANCER 22 June – 22 July
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that your closest relationships come into focus and one-on-one affairs need extra understanding and tolerance. So be prepared to talk out any differences that have developed. Maintain a calm disposition, don’t seek too many favours, and behave independently from others.
LEO 23 July – 23 Aug
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that you may want to be the last of the big spenders, but it really is not a good idea right now. Save this week for developing a financial strategy that will diversify your funds in more secure options.
VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept
The Full Moon on 27 February falls directly in your own sign and indicates a tense time on the emotional front bringing a clash of interests between yourself and your loved one. It is high time to bring resentments out into the open. Consider starting a health kick.
LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates people you love dearly may be using you as a support when they could manage without you. If that’s the case, then it’s time to stop and make them stand up for themselves. Developing stress management techniques could benefit you.
SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov
The Full Moon on 27 February warns you to be careful of getting too integrally involved in the intense personal lives of your friends or colleagues. Friends flock to your side and bring some light to your current situation. Unexpected circumstances bring you exciting changes.
SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that you may have a little too much on your plate at work and will need to either ask for help or delegate certain tasks. A welcome change of events brightens your days. A cash settlement or raise may surprise you.
CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan
It would be worthwhile to keep an eye on your finances as unexpected fees or charges are likely to be taken from your account. The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that your capacity for tact may be at an all-time low and you could be too truthful for comfort!
AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that if you are still being plagued with joint financial problems then you need to sort these out with your partner. A wonderful healing energy develops that brings delightful results. Keep self-defeating actions or words down to a minimum.
PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar
The Full Moon on 27 February indicates that you may be feeling under the weather, so plan to do as little as possible. You might consider making changes that could include your own appearance and how others perceive you; but nothing too drastic or you may regret it.
WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com