Weekly horoscopes for the week of July 24th

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Communication planet Mercury enters Virgo on Friday, where it will stay until October. During this time, it’s worth making an extra effort to say exactly what you mean. Don’t rely on buzzwords or vague platitudes. Instead, try to be specific: The more clear you are with yourself about what you want, the sooner you will find it, and the more specific you are with others about your goals, the better they can help you along the way. Nowadays, details are more important than ever, but you shouldn’t assume that the pieces will fall into place on their own. Take the extra time to make sure you understand.

When you have an idea that excites you, you want to act on it without delay. Instead of getting bogged down in planning conversations and discussions, you want to start when inspiration strikes. This means that you are sometimes reluctant to allow others to participate in your plans in case they try to interfere, dissuade you, or slow you down. But this week, you’ll finally be better off if you talk to people you trust. They can help you strategize and may see challenges or opportunities that you don’t. They can also make the whole process more fun.

Lately, when you’re trying to chart your future, you quickly get overwhelmed. It’s stressful enough trying to figure out what you’re going to do a month from now; Making choices that will keep you happy for years to come seems impossible. So this week stop trying to plan everything a dozen steps ahead. Life is so unpredictable that it works, anyway. Focus on doing your best for yourself today. Say “yes” to opportunities and invitations that feel right, and “no” to those that don’t. For now, it doesn’t have to get any more complicated than that.

Sometimes you think of the people in your life as puzzles to be solved. If you can figure out what makes them tick or find the key to their personality, your relationship will change. Most of the time, this genuine desire to get to know people is a great trait. Often, though, you have to be reminded that people are inconsistent and that even after you think you have someone figure it out, they can still surprise you. This week, people (including you) may turn out to be wiser, funnier, or more interesting than you gave them credit for.

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You want to be a good person, someone who treats others with care. But no one is perfect, no matter how hard you try – not even you. Even though you knew it intellectually, you still felt shame in your heart for all the times you made the right choice instead of the right one, let down a friend or spoke too harshly. Your challenge this week is to get rid of your regrets for making mistakes. Perfection is a lot to ask of yourself. If you feel guilty about something you did, it’s never too late to make amends. Otherwise, give yourself permission to move on.

It’s hard not to feel a little resentful about all the things you wish were different for you: the ways you should have been taken care of, the opportunities you deserved but never got, the difficult situations you wish someone had protected you from. But this week, it’s possible to stop thinking about what could have been and turn to the future instead. If you stop thinking about what cannot be changed, you will have that energy to devote to fixing those things that you can change. You have more power than you realize. You can still create the life you’ve dreamed of.

You do what needs to be done without complaint, even when the tasks at hand are repetitive, uninspiring, or ungrateful. While I’ve met people who seem to consider themselves above boring work, I’m still happy to do your part. Just don’t be also For self-sacrifice this week. If those around you seem to have forgotten, remind them You must also do your part and have more to offer. You have your own interests, aspirations, and purpose in life, and are worth the time and energy to devote to them.

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You are not naturally prone to jealousy, but this week, you may find yourself struggling with it. Around you, people boast of better, more impressive, or more satisfying jobs, relationships, and social lives than yours. No matter how well you know your life, you can’t help but wonder if it’s lacking something. The key is not to ignore the green-eyed monster when it appears but to pay attention to what it might appear to you. If you’ve been suppressing your true desires, this is your chance to finally get to know them.

You’ve convinced yourself that your anxiety is fruitful, that stressing about the future is a way to protect yourself from danger, and that thinking about everything that seems wrong with you is a good way to improve yourself. But this week, you’ll realize that all that agonizing pain achieved nothing. All it did was exhaust you. For now, take a break from all the critical analysis and existential questioning. Focus on the smaller, more practical problems in your life: the ones you can handle and the ones you can actually solve.

When some of the items on your to-do list are daunting, you know you can always do the easy things first. It’s not usually the best (most people would agree that you should eat a frog in the morning), but at least you do something. That way, you won’t be completely stuck. However, you can’t put off the hard parts forever. In the end, you have to deal with whatever you’ve been avoiding. This week, if you take on tasks or conversations that you weren’t excited about, you’ll likely find that they aren’t as bad as you thought. More than that, you’ll feel a renewed confidence and joy in facing your fears and coming out on top.

You’ve been worried about wasting time lately because you’re well aware that life doesn’t last forever, and you have way too much time to make your mark. But while this sense of urgency can be motivating, it quickly becomes overwhelming. You are afraid of using your time in the “wrong” way that you will end up paralyzed. This week, try to remember that optimizing your time is not your job as a human being but simply to use it—sometimes in productive ways, sometimes in lazy or silly ways. All are necessary.

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There are times when you feel out of place, as if you were not made for the world as it is. In these moments, you sometimes wish you could become a completely different person – someone simple and straightforward, someone who fits in easily with you. You know that changing the essence of yourself is not possible; This week, remember that it’s not what you want deep down either. You can just be who you are, and who you are is amazing. There is always room for growth and learning, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything wrong with you.

One of the best things about you is your desire to dream big. Some people are hesitant to say that things could be different, and they fear that this will make them vulnerable to embarrassment and disappointment, but not you. You Known Change is possible and worth working for. Sometimes, though, you get caught up in imagining that you’re forgetting to act. So this week, get practical. Think about concrete, tangible steps you can take to make the world a little better. You don’t have to do it all at once, but you’ll be glad you did something.

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