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ALL ABOUT VIRGO

What makes a Virgo tick?

Detail-oriented Virgo is ruled by Mercury, planet of the mind and communication. Virgos are always analyzing everything, forming opinions and judgments. On the outside, you seem sweet and innocent, but your quick mind never misses a detail. Virgo is also the sign of service, and you’re always there when help is needed. You’re an amazing, careful listener, and as a result, you give the best advice. You love to analyze everything! In fact, you can drive yourself crazy, because you never stop thinking. Virgo is a perfectionist who sees every flaw, and at times, you’re a little too critical. Relax your mind by channeling it into a project, like solving a crossword puzzle, writing a story, or organizing your desk. As an earth sign, you love the outdoors, so chill out in nature, or try a sport like karate. Remember, it’s easy for helpful Virgo to give, but harder for you to receive. Let your friends pitch in and support you, too! Try opening up a little more. You don’t have to be perfect to be loveable. Just be yourself.

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More Virgo Horoscopes:

Virgo in Love

Virgo Career Paths

The Virgo Mom

The Virgo Child

 

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Symbol: The Virgin

Element: Earth

Ruling Planet: Mercury — the planet of communication

Body Part: Stomach, waist, digestive system

Good Day: Dedicated, resourceful, helpful, hardworking, witty, practical

Bad Day: Preachy, self-destructive, overwhelmed, self-pitying, uptight, critical

Favorite Things: Laptops, magazines, long showers with aromatherapy soaps, outdoor concerts, childhood friends, Trivial Pursuit

What You Hate: Lazy or vulgar people, dive bars, spicy food, leaving home, toothpaste squeezed from the top of the tube

Secret Wish: To be a hero

How to Spot Them: Baby faces, roving eyes that are sizing up or analyzing a situation

Where You’ll Find Them: Babysitting for the neighbor’s kids, running errands on their endlessly long to-do lists, building something with their own two hands, cleaning something to spotless condition

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