Virgo: Career & Finance

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8/23 - 9/22

Monthly Career

Your deep sense of intellectual curiosity is going to take you to all kinds of amazing places this month. Starting on the 1st, follow that incredible nose of yours. Before you know it, you'll have discovered a whole new way of packaging toothbrushes, and your dental health company will never be the same! By the super fun 4th and 5th, you could be making all kinds of new friends at work. Be sure to lend a helping hand when needed, but don't go around totally overextending yourself, particularly on the 11th and 12th, when some unscrupulous coworkers might be more than happy to take advantage of your generosity. The little details are a big deal, especially on the 15th, 16th and 17th, so be sure you pay close attention to them. By the super wonderful 23rd and 24th, you have organized everything pretty amazingly! Other definitely notice, so don't be surprised by all of the positive responses you get to all your hard work! Don't express your love for the people close to you by overcharging the old plastic on the 25th, 26th or 27th. Instead, be lavish with your time and attention! Take your time on the 30th and 31st as you reflect on everything you've learned this year. Then go out and celebrate all your new resolutions for your career, going forward!

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You're feeling a little on the persnickety side today, and want to get everything done as soon as possible. You're tempted to rush the kiddo, just to get it all over with. Force yourself to slow down and try to enjoy the time together. You'll both be glad you did.



You're feeling the urge to rush ahead and push forward with a new project, but this is not the best time. Give it a few days and see if you can pull together a few new allies or facts to make it all work out.



You may be invited to a boring acquaintance's dinner -- again. Too bad you're plum out of excuses. Or are you? Invite folks over to your place for a meal instead. That way you can say (honestly) that you have plans.



Persuasive people abound, but it's up to you to decide whether you should be persuaded. If you love that watch, let the salesperson go on about its great features. But if you know it's overpriced, smile and say goodbye.