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Taurus Season: 5 Tips for a Calm and Successful Month

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Delaware chapter.

It’s Taurus season ladies! As a fellow Taurus, I can assure you that this month will bring a sense of calmness and groundedness. (Thank god mercury retrograde is finally over!)  

Here are some tips to focus on:

1. Since Taurus is an Earth sign, focus on embracing your senses and surroundings around you. Take a second to breathe. Enjoy the outdoors. Pause for a minute and look how far you’ve come. Whatever you do, take some time to relax and decompress.

2. Organize. Clean out your closets, switch your wardrobe, vacuum your room, make your bed. Living a minimal lifestyle will provide you with a clear mind and help you take on more productive tasks to follow.

3. Speak up. Use your voice to advocate for the things that you care about. Communicate in relationships. Question the world around you! Focus on the important things in life.

4. Treat yourself. Taurus are known for their self-indulgence so go all out! This month is all about self-care so give yourself some extra attention. Try a face-mask, buy those new shoes you have your eye on, take a bath, listen to music and sing every lyric out loud. Just do your thing, girl!

5. Most of all, have fun! This is your time to shine, Taurus, don’t let anyone bring you down or ruin your day. Have a positive mindset and you’ll be just fine!


Kaylee is the former President and Editor in Chief for Her Campus at the University of Delaware. She held this title from 2017-2020 and wrote for Penn State's chapter as a contributor prior to this. Now a proud UD class of 2020 alum (B.A. in Public Policy and Writing), Kaylee is completing her Masters in Public Health. Aside from writing, Kaylee was involved in many activities as an undergrad. She wrote for three college publications, was a Blue Hen Ambassador tour guide, worked as a Starbucks barista, and was the Director of Operations for the Model United Nations at UD.