2013: Virgo Overview
2013 brings you sweeping change and intensity, Virgo. The biggest transformation takes place in the realm of the mind. Communication, correspondence and courses of new study carry great importance. Saturn, the cosmic taskmaster, is spending a good chunk of time in the sector of your chart ruling the mental realms and communication. If you're not already a powerful public speaker, teacher or writer, get ready to discover your latent potential to sway the masses with your power of speech! You're also hungry for knowledge in 2013, and will want to strengthen your skill set and beef up your resume with even more knowledge than you possess naturally.
Jupiter continues to bring the potential for great promise and recognition to your career zone this year. Prepare to push all of your projects most strongly during the first half of the year while you have the support of Jupiter. The second half of the year will be better spent socializing and creating community. You'll be more interested in meeting new people than promoting your work. Get ready to meet amazing and passionate folks who will remain in your life for years to come.
The eclipse patterns stir up endings and new beginnings in relation to siblings, travel and legal issues. Siblings or close relatives could become a source of strain, and you'll have to create firm boundaries. In fact, boundaries in all realms of communication will serve you to avoid overload. Your life is about to become ridiculously busy and filled with more people than you know what to do with. At the end of the day, you're still a hermit at heart and need plenty of alone time, so be sure to carve that out regardless of how social your world becomes.
You're always ready to help others when necessary, a tendency that is amplified as the holidays approach. More than one friend or family member will request your assistance, so be careful you don't spread yourself too thin today.
Your friends are standing behind you all the way, so make sure that you're moving forward with confidence. Your energy is building up to something really big, so don't look back.
Internet research always has its merits, but it's also a good idea to call up a restaurant before you drop by for an impromptu visit. That way you can ask about your concerns, like parking, whether credit cards are accepted or if you need reservations in advance.
Don't believe the hype. It's easy to get swept away by a salesperson's spiel, but remember you're spending your hard-earned money. If you're feeling overwhelmed, say you'll think about it and walk away.