AUG 23 - SEP 22


Virgo, your social life looks promising as this month gets underway, with the sun in your sector of friendship and groups until July 22. And with convivial Mercury moving into this zone on the eleventh, the chance to connect and enjoy outings and events can certainly boost your mood.

Are you ready to branch out and move in new circles? There’s a delightful new moon in Cancer on July 9, making this a great opportunity to set your intention to make new friends and connect with kindred spirits. And if you have a long-held dream that you’re eager to start on, now is the time. 

There is also an emphasis on your spiritual sector, with harmonious Venus and warrior Mars moving through this zone. 

Even so, the start of the month could highlight questions about your current lifestyle, job, or circumstances. Are you happy? If not, with electric Uranus involved in the mix, you might be tempted to do something on impulse. Hold off for now, because it could pay to think things through carefully and have a sound plan.

Gorgeous Venus moves into your sign on the twenty-first, which adds charm to your interactions and could be the perfect time for a makeover.

On July 22, the sun moves into a private zone, so the coming four weeks can be helpful for reflecting on your purpose in life and your goals for the coming weeks and months. If you need to find closure on lingering issues and jettison any emotional baggage, start the process now.

The full moon in eclectic Aquarius on the twenty-third could highlight areas where you feel dissatisfied, but again, avoid doing anything on the spur of the moment. Just notice those things you’d like to change the most and gently move in that direction.

Finally, jovial Jupiter will be in Aquarius and your lifestyle sector from July 28 to December 28, so the opportunity to find your perfect job is there for you. Be sure to take advantage of it.

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