Virgo (August 22 – September 22): Virgo, if the zodiac was a cartoon, you’d be Curious George. You’re interested in everything, and you’ll wander off following the things you want to understand, and the problems you’d love to fix.
But, like George, you always come back home to reassess and recalibrate, incorporating what you learned, making note of your observations. Your fiery desire to live a full life plus a little touch of the mischief helps keep your senses sharp and your eyes open. It’s all part of what makes you a loving, fun, and attentive parent.
This month, Jupiter is linking up with Pluto and when those two superpowers make a date, anything is possible. Use that energy to kick off a sunny summer of life-loving with the kiddos. Show them how to follow their interests without getting lost. Combine hiking with learning how to read a map. Or a lemonade stand with business basics.
The full moon on June 20 will occur in your solar 4th house of home and family so you might get the urge to pack up and move. But Mercury is bickering with Saturn and Neptune, don’t be lured into this unreasonable fight.
Stay calm, stay put.
Hey, Virgo, hey. Details are fun, right? Holy crap. SO MANY DETAILS.
Your worst nightmare is that sacred-mountain-silent-and-solitary-meditation trip you see advertised in yoga magazines.
Here’s something to keep in mind: Venus and Gemini are meeting up for coffee.
You’ve got a bumpin’ planet squad in your solar fourth house and that means it’s a helluva good time to call up your friends and grill some steaks.
Venus borrowed your boyfriend jeans and plans on hanging around a while.
Sometimes you stay up at night wondering what, exactly, that one guy meant when he said that thing that time.
Keep your water bottle handy, and check now and again to make sure you still have all your teeth.
We gotta talk, Capri-pants. We gotta talk about you letting your hair down.
I bet you had more than one abacus in your past life, Aquarius.
Here’s one thing to consider: everyone has faults, but not everyone gets to tell you what they think yours are.
Try to remember relaxation and boredom are not the same thing. You can cool out, and still be productive.