Virgo Horoscope

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8/23 - 9/22

Monthly Overview

The sun is shining (or if it's not shining yet, it will be, soon) and the breeze is gentle and fresh, ready to envelop you in its good vibes. As you go about your work days on the 1st and 2nd, be sure to get outside as much as you can. The more you connect with the earth, the calmer and happier you'll be, no matter what's happening at the office. Doesn't that sound good? Your environment is sending you all kinds of amazing signals on the wonderful 8th, 9th and 10th. Yes, you are surrounded by loving people, you are helping them with your good vibes, and somebody special thinks you are really cute. Try to give your family the time they need on the 15th and 16th. Even more than that, they want to be the focus of your attention. Turn off your smart phone, lock up the laptop and connect emotionally. Some super confusing details are totally annoying on the 22nd and 23rd. That does not mean you can afford to ignore them! Go to yoga, then tackle that project all over again. Make it a good day on the 28th. There's a good reason you rely on your friends for support -- they're reliable! So turn to them on the 31st.

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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.