Your July Horoscope for Virgo
You have a heavenly July ahead, filled with fun, romance, and possible travel as you get a chance to step back from your work and indulge in “me” time for a change. Pushing away from your computer is not easy for you because you find it hard to let go. You are so diligent about getting projects done on time and on budget that thinking about socializing is not often the first item on your list. Still, as you ease into July, the tender new moon in Cancer that appeared prior to the start of July on June 28 will capture your attention and show you why there’s a big world out there for you to explore—especially when it comes to meeting new people and making new friends.
As said, that new moon appeared June 28-29 (depending on your time zone) and fell in Cancer, 7 degrees, lighting your eleventh house where it will stimulate you to think about your greatest hopes and wishes and not give them up. This new moon will be influential for weeks to come. You will be dressing up and stepping out to socialize more than usual. Your friends will coax you out of the house because they’ll want to be with you—they have plans, and they want to include you. With you present, everything’s better.
If you make a pact with a friend in early July, Saturn, in a lovely angle to your ruling planet Mercury, will ensure the promise you made is true and lasting. It is very possible you will make a new friend in the coming weeks, and that friendship could blossom and also be lasting.
It would be a good idea this month for you to mix and mingle in a group setting—a social club, a professional society, an industry function like a convention, a community event, charity, or a humanitarian activity. Join a group or attend a function, for you will see personal growth from your involvement. As a Virgo, you are always looking for ways to help those in need, so a black-tie fundraiser that you attend with a friend might be the prefect event for you to try first. Going to a political rally for a candidate you believe in may appeal to you, or volunteering at a food pantry in your spare time might interest you—I am giving you ideas to get you started thinking.