I am a Virgo


Element: Earth

Quality: Mutable

Planetary ruler: Mercury

Birthstone: Peridot

Flower: Pansy

Color: Navy blue

Key characteristic: Detail-oriented

Strengths: Precise, orderly, efficient

Challenges: Nervous, sarcastic, over-criticial

Virgo is the sixth sign of the astrological year and is known by its astrological symbol, the Virgin. Virgos are intelligent, patient, and humble. With Mercury as the ruling planet, people born under this sign are quick-thinking, observant, and analytical.

The Virgo Woman

The Virgo woman has discreet charm. She is intelligent, thoughtful, and careful about her grooming. Virgo women are efficient and hard-working. They are ethical and never put career achievements ahead of their moral code. They want to earn what they get and refuse to be manipulative or controlling. They are well-organized and do a good job of balancing personal and professional responsibilities. Most Virgo women are especially adept at handling the family budget. They need to learn to ease the stress that is brought on by their high standards.

The Virgo Friend

As a rule, shy, self-effacing Virgos have difficulty making friends; they often lack the skills to bring people together. Virgos may also lack self-confidence. Yet when they do make the effort, these people are capable of achieving extraordinary things. Virgos are likely to keep the same friends for years. Often, Virgos befriend someone with the showy personality they themselves are uncomfortable assuming.


One thought on “I am a Virgo

  1. Reblogged this on Petite Girls Guide and commented:
    Every one of those qualities discussed were dead on target of who I am, what I stand for, and I am definitely mutable – for I can get along with every group of humans almost like a chameleon. I’ve always had a special gift to be able to talk amongst groups of any age, race, whatever. I always got a kick out of how I could change dialect, jargon, & slang, all dependent on who my target audience is. I’m a whole lot smarter than the average blonde.

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