Your January Horoscope for Virgo
In a wide interpretation of your fourth house of home, if you need to make renovations, move, make repairs, or change the décor, Mars will help you find options. With a supply chain problem, if you want to buy furniture, you may have to wait for delivery. No matter, use Mars’ good energy to help you sort out your options. If you are decorating, create a vision board or make a list of pieces you like. Live with them a little. Put in your order after Mercury goes direct on February 3 (and by then, Venus, who rules beauty in all its forms, will be direct, too). You have an especially good chance of achieving home-related goals by mid-June, and that should make you happy.
When Mars moves on to Capricorn from January 24 until March 6, you will have more opportunities to enjoy love and romance. On that front, you have a fantastic forecast. If you have been dating seriously, good-fortune Jupiter first entered your marriage sector on December 29, to stay until May 10 (and is due to return October 27 to December 20, 2022), indicating you may be planning a beautiful wedding this year. Dear Virgo, you have such a happy, romantic outlook no matter what your marital status is. This is your year to celebrate the deep and abiding love you know you deserve. You will have plenty of opportunities.
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