Virgo Horoscope

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virgo
8/23 - 9/22
November  

Monthly Overview

Ah, you could be so very tempted to splurge on that new kitchen appliance that not only self-bakes bread but also bakes cakes, fries donuts and has a musical alarm clock on the 1st or 2nd. Before you do, stop and think, very, very carefully. Do you ever bake bread? Doesn't the oven work perfectly well for cakes? Aren't donuts super unhealthy, and not your favorite thing, anyway? And who needs a musical alarm clock in the kitchen, of all places? Then put away the plastic and go for a swim. It will genuinely make you feel good, unlike the quick-fix of retail therapy. Your hard work is rewarded, in big and little ways, on the 7th and 8th. Don't squander your energy, your financial resources or your precious time, no matter who thinks you should, on the 13th, 14th or 15th. Work requires your full attention on the 20th. Give it all you've got. A really romantic date or two are what you need, and what you get, on the incredibly flirty 26th and 27th. Great. Delve in deep, when it comes to understanding an issue, on the 30th.

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

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.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

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.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

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.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

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.