Virgo Monthly Horoscope

August 2020

This month, you could feel strongly inclined to apply levels of self-care like never before. A Full Moon on the 3rd urges you to address health issues or finally kick a bad habit. You may also consider unusual or unorthodox ways of doing either or both, too. Your interest in self-improvement is reinforced by the New Moon on the 18th, encouraging detachment and healing. Reacquainting yourself with yourself in some way could become increasingly important from the middle of August onward. But somehow, in some way, a new and improved 'you' will emerge.

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More about your Virgo monthly horoscope and personality

Possessing a Virgo monthly horoscope. means you are efficient. You use each moment in the best way possible. Other people read, watch television, and carry on a conversation. This isn’t your style at all. You’re more of a specialist than a generalist. It’s more natural for you to do one thing at a time, and to do it well.

You rely on information in your Virgo monthly horoscope to gain insights into the flow of your life. You cheerfully accept chores and obligations, because you organize your time to fit it all in. Knowing what will now be in focus helps you plan your time. Being busy is great—as long as you’re also productive.

Your Virgo monthly horoscope reveals who needs you and why

You enjoy periods in which your personal relationships are highlighted. When other people need you, it makes you feel good about yourself. You want to be there for loved ones, and you provide a positive influence for them.

Your friends are wonderful people, but you worry about them, and when you can pitch in and help with a project or soothe some stress, you’re happy to do so. The more you can provide a helping hand, the better you feel about yourself. It’s your speciality to be kind.

When your Virgo monthly horoscope predicts busy periods, you are ready

Life brings challenges, but you seldom respond with frustration, for you know this is normal. There are few days where you can take time for yourself and relax for an extended period.

Even if there is a lull, you have a fall-back to-do list at the ready. When you have time you tackle this or that. You organize closets or your desk, get ahead on a work project, prepare large meals and freeze portions for busy nights. That’s why your life seems so effortless—it’s all the subtle efforts you put into it when nobody is looking.