The Moon is still in a nostalgic, reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart after yesterday’s lunar eclipse, but the pressure on the Sun, in his early days in your work sector has dialled back. With the message delivered in no uncertain terms, that the work till you drop ethos of last year is not being supported this year, you are able to explore new ways of working smarter.
First impressions might suggest that Monday’s lunar eclipse is a case of bad timing, confronting the Sun during his first full day in your work sector. Things have been quieter on the job front since the busy and hectic final months of 2018. There has even been a chance to pull back, catch your breath and recharge your batteries over the holiday period. Now, as soon as the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your work situation and job matters you are hit with what could potentially be a lot of work tension and job pressure. However, this is more a voice from the past, with one last push to expose any balance issues, especially when it comes to knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. This is a reminder of last year’s frenetic pace, but with nothing to sustain it. By the time Mercury returns on Thursday, with the intellectually savvy edge needed to work smarter, any pressure will be gone but the reminder taken on board. » Back to More Virgo Horoscopes
Virgo – Monthly Career Horoscope
As much as possible, ease slowly back into things this year, for this is what the professional gods are doing. Last year was busy, so busy that chances are, it was only when you finally got to step back over the holiday period that you realised how exhausted you were. Hopefully, you have listened to your body and taken time out. Even the Moon’s return to your work sector from 7th January to 10th January will bring a message to hold back. This is partly because you do need to recharge your batteries, but also because there is a huge amount that is still playing out. The reason why last year was so busy can be summed up in one word, Mars. Mars returned to your work sector in May, for what should have been a six week visit. Mars only returns every other year and these are always the busiest weeks in a two year period. However, Mars didn’t leave until November, leaving exactly six months after arriving. This was a massive amount of time to remain in Mars’ manic environment, something that chances are, became your ‘normal’. It was only until Mars finally left and you got to take time out over the holiday period, that you were able to appreciate the toll this has taken. Yet a slow start to the year is not just a chance to recharge your batteries, because after six months Mars invested a huge amount that is still running its course. With the Sun returning on 20th January to begin a new chapter and Mercury on 24th January to help crank things up again, you need a firebreak. It could be that you are literally still catching up from work you weren’t able to finish in 2018, due to the sheer volume or that things started, are still running their course and need to play out. Either way, there is a need to be ready to embrace the new opportunities this year holds when the Sun returns on 20th January. » Back to More Virgo Horoscopes
About Virgo Career:
Virgo and Career
People born of the Virgo sign are analytical, methodical, pragmatic and hard workers, being skilled in determining the root cause of any problem. As such, Virgos excel in fields requiring skills in trouble shooting, dexterity, communications and administration. Given Virgos keen eye for detail, and if allowed the environment to suitably focus, then the result will be perfection every time. Virgos most prominent characteristics of diligence and humility will see them proficient in people professions such as doctors, counselors, psychologists and nurses. Alternatively, Virgos highly developed faculty for all forms of communication will see them proficient as critic or analytical writers.