AUG 23 - SEP 22

Home and Family

Your home and family will be very important to you for much of this month, Virgo, as the sun, harmonious Venus, and interactive Mercury continue their journey through your domestic sector. This is a time to celebrate homey activities, especially with the holiday season underway. And in your case, it seems it’s the more the merrier. People could be traveling from far away to be with you at this time of year, and you’ll very much enjoy their company.

In addition, if you’re in need of some self-care and nurturing, this is your chance to get it.

There’s a powerful full moon in Gemini on December 7, and this lunar phase aligns with fiery Mars in your sector of goals and ambitions. Creative issues could come into focus, as could your work/life balance. Because dynamic Mars is also in reverse, you might be having second thoughts about a plan of action or project that has lost its appeal. This is a good time to pause and consider your options.

As the month continues, the emphasis gradually shifts to your leisure and pleasure zone, giving you further reason to get out and enjoy yourself. Chatty Mercury moves in on the sixth, followed by Venus on the ninth and the sun on the twenty-first. You’ll be eager to get out and enjoy yourself and take family and friends along with you.

Your sector of change and rebirth gets a boost on December 20 as uplifting Jupiter moves back into Aries after its short spell in Pisces. You might find that your confidence and vitality increase. The coming months until May 16, 2023, are excellent for initiating projects and plans that can take your life forward.

There’s a super new moon in Capricorn on the twenty-third, so you’ll be perfectly placed to take a relationship to the next level or learn more about a hobby or interest that has captured your attention.

Finally, talkative Mercury turns retrograde on December 29, so be prepared for a few delays.

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