2012: Virgo Overview
This year is all about non-stop action for you, Virgo. With Mars spending the entire first half of 2012 in your sign, you may start to wonder if there will be any break in sight before 2013. The first quarter of the year will be under Mars's retrograde influence, a transit that could push you into a semi-neurotic workaholic mode. Be sure to give yourself plenty of physical outlets in order to channel all that excess Mars energy. When Mars turns direct in Virgo in May, you'll possess tremendous energy to make amazing things happen!
With Neptune moving back into your partnership sector in February, you'll settle for nothing less than your true soul mate; either that or you'll feel blissfully wedded to your spiritual nature ... or perhaps a little of both! In any case, this is the time of your life to realize how important it is to satisfy the longings of your soul. You've compromised, settled and rationalized trying to make the wrong relationship right for long enough. Now you're willing to wait for the real thing.
You'll be thrilled to know that Saturn, after putting the brakes on your spending over the last few years, is finally about to take leave of your financial sector. Any financial challenges you've had to endure since 2009 should come to an end this October. A change of residence or alterations to your current abode are possibilities under the next wave of eclipse patterns. June's full Moon lunar eclipse in your domestic sector is the beginning of many profound changes to affect both home and career prospects between late 2012 and early 2013. And then, the new Moon solar eclipse in November in your communication sector could bring new potential for learning, speaking, writing or travel opportunities.
Should your little tyke wear the red shirt or the purple one? You're unusually indecisive early in the day, but it quickly passes. Later, you're sharp as a tack as you help your child set ambitious but realistic goals.
It's a good time for big purchases today -- as long as you aren't the only one making the decision. Ask your mate or business partner for advice -- or suggest splitting the cost and see what happens.
One of the many pluses of being you is always you know how to get the best results. Today, think about long-term planning, especially if you have an organic garden. Planting mineral-rich red clover or alfalfa and then plowing them under makes your soil super-fertile.
Focus your ample energy on a new project: creating a different eyebrow shape, hemming your old pencil skirts into sassy minis or trying your hand at racquetball ... you'll be amazed at what you can accomplish.