Horoscopes for Libra Season

Renée Millette
5 min readSep 23, 2021

Do you feel that in the air? Is that the first breeze of autumn, and also the sun going into the sign of Libra? What does this mean for you? Well, this should be the time where things go into balance, since Libra’s whole thing is scales. But unfortunately for all of us Mercury is also going retrograde again on September 27. So you’re going to be the main character with a love triangle between a Hugh Grant and Colin Firth type but you’re going to be the kind of main character in a movie who is just so clumsy they get water sprayed on them by a passing car. It’s fun, it’s quirky, it’s Libra season!

There is a ghost haunting your home and you’ve had enough. It’s time to either become best friends with them or get rid of them once and for all. The thing is, this ghost is quite powerful among most spiritual beings so they are the ones who really get to decide. Be prepared for a great battle, and start looking for some new places to move.

Nobody likes working, so stop doing it so much! Break the monotony of routine by just deciding to not show up to work tomorrow. And the next day. And the day after that. Make your coworkers worry about you. Then after you’ve spent several days living off-grid and taking care of yourself, show up back at work and pretend like nothing weird happened last week.

You’re feeling a little motivated this month, and now that the weather is cooling down a bit you’re finding a new passion: soup. You’ve been trying soup recipes here and there, and you’re finally getting a hang on the beautiful craft that is broth and vegetables — so much so that you want to enter a local soup competition. The competition is rough and your soup sadly does not win a prize, but you did make some great friends along the way.

Now is not the time to leave the house. In fact, if you do leave the house something horrible will happen, such as being struck by lightning or having a giant rat steal one of your shoes off your feet. To prevent this from happening, use some of the money you’ve saved up this year and get some cozy and cute things for your home, like one of those giant bean bag chairs that cost $600.