Virgo Mom Horoscope: August 6 – August 12
Although Virgo is the sign of service, you’re still entitled to focus on your desires every once in a while, Supermom. On Tuesday, sociable Venus transits your teamwork sector until September 6, giving you all the help you need from your inner circle. You’ve got personal goals you want to reach, and it’s your posse or fellow members of a group you belong to who can pave the way. From their stellar advice to their killer connections, you can get where you want to go a lot faster than you thought possible. (PS: If you’re having trouble drowning out your worries, obligations, and other loose ends when it comes to your brood, empty your concerns into a list on paper, and leave them there until you have the space and time to deal. No sense driving yourself mad when you could be using that time to network.) Seek out reinforcements on your own as well, and find your way into industry events. Yes, that means more reshuffling of the schedge and booking babysitters, but being such an organizational pro, you’ll take it all in stride. If you’re single, it’s your pals’ pals you want to meet over the next month. The come pre-screened, and you’re likely to have things (like kids) in common. Coupled Virgos need to break routine. Rally together other couples for a dinner and show. It injects some light-hearted vibes into your pairing that can sometimes dwindle when you spend too much one-on-one time together, especially when it’s primarily focused on the children. This Venus cycle also shines a light on your inner geek, spurring you to spruce up the face you show to the virtual world. Perhaps that means making time to take an online course in creating a customized website or learning a new piece of software. Not only will it boost your earning potential, but you’ll so appreciate the intellectual stimulation that is often lacking when you’re wearing your Mom hat. On Wednesday, your ruling planet straightens its course after a three-week bumpy ride backwards. You might have said stuff you wish you didn’t. It’s triage time. Start by saying sorry. It’s sets a good example for listening ears.