AUG 23 - SEP 22

Express Yourself

Your sign remains busy until September 22, Virgo, so the coming few weeks are all about you and your needs and desires. What are your dreams? What do you hope to accomplish? Now is the time to plant the seeds and nurture them until they begin to sprout. 

And you’ll have the help of the new moon in your sign on the sixth, enabling you to make a fresh start or reach the next milestone on a long-term project. If you want to initiate new or healthier habits, go for it now.

Delectable Venus moves into Scorpio and your communication zone on September 10, and your conversations may sizzle and crackle with emotion and intense feelings. Watch out for innuendo too, because there could be more to someone’s words than is immediately obvious.

Go-getter Mars moves into Libra and your personal financial zone on the fourteenth, so the coming six weeks are an opportunity to give yourself a money makeover. If you need to balance your books, don’t ignore this important task. When you know where you stand, you’ll be able to make much better decisions.

The full moon in Pisces and your sector of relating on September 20 brims with feeling. This could be a time of heartfelt conversations and admissions, and it might be difficult to stop yourself from letting your emotions show. Better out than in. And if you need to cry but can’t, watch a weepy film or listen to a sad song and let it all out.

If you have plans to spend, the sun’s move into Libra on the twenty-second could highlight your budget and encourage you to make the best of the cash you have available. If you have something to sell, it could improve your income.

Finally, as chatty Mercury, your guide planet, turns retrograde on September 26, be extra careful when shopping online, especially concerning your personal information and identity. Ramp up your online protection too. 

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