This week, give yourself a break. Virgo, indulge yourself by doing what you want to do.
The week begins on Sunday, August 1, as the sun in Leo forms an opposition with taskmaster Saturn in your house of productivity. Virgo, you don't feel like doing anything today, which is very unlike you. You may want to spend the day in your pajamas, lying in a hammock under a shady tree. You could lock yourself away and play a video game that takes you to a magical world where you're the boss, and your magic is admired by the kingdom. In other words, have fun today.
Venus in your own sign of Virgo and in your house of confidence when it makes a trine to Uranus in Taurus on Monday, August 2. The week has begun, yet you're still in a rule-breaking mood. You are challenging other people's expectations and breaking your own dogmatic rules. Who says you can't have dessert for breakfast?
Your subconscious fears may be at the forefront of your mind as this week begins. On August 2, the sun in your introspective twelfth house will oppose Saturn in your practical sixth house, which could bring up how you need healing. If any repressed emotions have been holding you back from experiencing truly fulfilling relationships, you may feel like attention is being called to them.
However, by August 3, you’ll be reminded of the beauty that’s being offered to you, even when times feel tough. As Venus in Virgo forms a trine with...
You may feel overwhelmed with unfinished projects as this week begins. On August 1, Mercury in your dreamy twelfth house will oppose Saturn in your sixth house of work, which could make procrastination seem like a much easier option than actually getting your tasks done. Don’t be hard on yourself; you're not a machine. You may just need to rethink your daily routine and help it energize you.
By August 3, you may even find that trying something totally different and veering away from the rules may be exactly what inspires you. As...
You'll step up to take care of business on Monday even though you'd rather forget it and go party. Someone needs you and that's that. Midweek is a great time to look at coworkers or fellow students in a new light and see if there's some hidden hotness lying in wait. If you keep an open mind about people through the weekend, you'll learn something new that will knock you out. By Sunday you might be the last person left in your group with any energy to have fun.