Here’s Your Love Horoscope For The Weekend

We’re constantly fascinated by what our zodiac sign says about our lives, whether it’s which signs are most compatible or how each sign handles conflict in relationships. That’s why Bustle has enlisted Mecca Woods, a New York City-based astrologer of, to tell us all about how astrology is affecting our lives each day. Today’s topic: your weekend love horoscope for June 9-10, 2018.

The romantic vibes for this weekend may feel a bit stop and go thanks to some of the wonky planetary activity going down. On Saturday, the Moon finishes out its stay in freedom-loving Aries but not before squaring off with power-hungry Pluto and tender Venus in Cancer at the first half of the day. This could translate to a "come here, now go away" kind of energy when it comes to potential mates and dates, keying up the emotional drama while we’re at it. Plus, with the Moon going Void of Course (the period of time when the Moon is transitioning between signs), Saturday night dates might have a strong chance of fizzling out.

The good news is that the energy in the air begins to calm down a bit as we move into Sunday when the Moon enters stable and pleasure-loving Taurus. With the Taurus Moon teaming up with Saturn in Capricorn by mid-day Sunday, we’re more focused on commitment as well as quality over quantity in romance. This Moon-Saturn combo can also help us to smooth out any rough patches between ourselves and a partner.

Still, things may get a bit bumpy again when the Taurus Moon squares off with Mars in Aquarius on Sunday afternoon, which could make the atmosphere ripe for arguments and weird behavior. At best, if we’re in a relationship situation that’s past its shelf life, this Moon-Mars combo can help us to move on.

Read below to see what the stars mean for your sign this weekend.

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

While your love life continues you to get interesting, you could meet a bad boy/bad girl type this weekend that piques both your interest and your insecurities. Don’t buy into the hype. There’s more fish in the sea anyway. You could meet one or two while out with friends. Take it slow.

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