Fish will be counting loose change, having the urge to spend, but remember to be frugal with expenditure. The 26th sees a New Moon in Taurus, your 3rd solar house. Your mind will be full of interesting things to do, places to see, and keeping up with your daily tasks. Express your emotions, communicate your thoughts, and take a creative interest in writing or music. You'll take a new direction, not only understanding your emotional swings but also being in tune with the feelings of others, particularly siblings and relatives. You'll show more empathy with neighbours and women in the community. Why not spend time with them socially or over a coffee?
With Mercury retrograde in your 2nd solar house, past arguments could arise over joint resources and possessions from April 27th to the 30th. However the wealth Goddess, Venus, returns to Aries on the 28th but remains in a shadow phase until May 19th. This marks a long period of juggling finances, and with a bit of luck you will be in a position to settle concerns, gain loans, and other unexpected benefits.
The North Node/South Node axis, also known as the Dragon's Head and Dragon's Tail, is about to change signs and is particularly potent. The Moon's Nodes normally travel in retrograde fashion; the Mean Node will be moving from Virgo into Leo (your 6th solar house) on April the 29th, with the True Node following suit on May 9th. However, the effects of this change will be felt most strongly in the first degree of Virgo, your 7th house of significant relationships.
The North Node is retrograding into your 6th house of work and health, and the South Node in your 12th house of secrets, sorrows and subconscious motivations for the next 18 months. Karmic lessons will surface by way of creating a crisis within your consciousness where the physical world appears exhausting. The effects of work conditions and your attitude to your job can overwhelm your ability to cope, undermining your ideals and structures. If better organisational skills are developed, a sense of achievement will emerge through a stronger commitment to routine with less focus on the mundane faults of others. Resist a tendency to self-pity, resentment and jealousy, or internalising anger over your own present shortcomings. Otherwise, this could lead to poor health and symptoms of disorders and nervousness. Increase your compassion and sympathy, improve your diet, and let go of childhood conditioning, concerns and worries through self-evaluation and psychological procedures.