On Friday, a Mercury-Venus alignment in your ambitious tenth house holds your weekend warrior at bay. But just because you’ve got a one-track mind when it comes to your career, doesn’t mean you need to be so controlling about it, Virgo! Take off those blinders and see what other windows of opportunities might exist. By loosening your grip, you open yourself up to various potential paths. Also, keep an eye out for an influential man in your midst. He has some sage advice and possibly even the key to a door you’ve been trying to jam your foot into. Are you willing to listen? On Saturday, a lunar eclipse in your domestic zone shakes things up at Chateau Virgo. If you’re not thrilled with where you lay your hat, spend the morning reviewing the real estate listings. If you see something that catches your eye, strike while the iron’s hot. Eclipses reveal fresh opportunities, but they pull back the curtain only briefly. So, if that corner lot or fabulous loft is calling your name, make an appointment to see it, STAT. If you couldn’t be any comfier where you’re at, this eclipse could bring changes to who you share your space with. A new roomie may move in or a relative may take leave. As well, conflict with family members could come to a boil on Saturday. Don’t dance around the issue. Lay everything on the table, no matter how uncomfortable it may be. It’s the only way to resolution. On Sunday, an intimate gathering with your most trusted crew is in order. Gather your BFFs at your favorite brunch spot and get things off your chest. They’ll provide you with the insights and grounding you need. Later in the day, la luna lights up your romance sector. Instead of wrapping up the weekend sharing a pizza, head out for haute cuisine a deux. Looking for a mate? Online dating sites could reveal a promising prospect or three. Double-check that you’ve set your alarm for Monday morning–single or spoken for, someone worthy could keep you awake well past your bedtime. Ooh-la-la!
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