Virgo | Horoscope Expert


Aug 23 – Sep 22

Getting the feeling that Cupid doesn't hang out in the same hot spots? Maybe he's been spying on you at work. Don't count out the possibility of romance with a co-worker. Chances are someone has been admiring you from afar. Keep your eyes peeled for chances to woo at the water cooler.

You're walking on air on Monday and Tuesday. It's like the scene in a romantic comedy (all romantic comedies have this scene) where the main character realizes that the person they love loves them back, and the music swells, and the camera dwells on the two of them walking down the street. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are more administrative than romantic (you might spend a good portion of time organizing your desk, for instance), but the weekend returns you to a classic romantic motif: the part in the movie where you two try to work out where this is going and what it means.

Can you feel it? You’re on the verge of an emotional breakthrough now that your ruler Mercury is direct in caring, compassionate Cancer. Letting your feeling flow doesn’t come naturally, but as communication improves, expressing what’s in your heart feels like a weight’s been lifted.

Hardworking Mars enters your neat and organized sign on August 18, so you should be on top of things for the next several weeks. Your social calendar is completely in order, so the chances are slim to none that you’ll miss any scheduled dates. If you’re late, your date or partner can guarantee that it was something unavoidable that held you up.

Loving Venus also spends time in your sign starting on the twenty-first, so you’ll show your love by being practical. You’re much more likely to show your feelings in a constructive rather than romantic way now, and doing a sink full of dirty dishes equals romance to you.

The sun jumps on board the Virgo train on August 23, bringing out the very best of your personality. You know you aren’t the most romantic sign around, but your dependability and attention to detail make you an excellent catch. And you don’t have to advertise your particularly precise talents. They’re obvious to everyone.