Many changes are ahead with the transition of the seasons. Check your September horoscope to see what the stars have in store for you.
As we make our way into September we must consider that this is a transitional time. With Summer coming to a close and Autumn on its way, the shorter days and longer nights are upon us. This is a time where we should pay close attention to our own transformations as we are influenced by the patterns of the planets, the stars and the universe.
With this September horoscope reading, we focus on the transitions happening within us as the seasons pass through.
You are well practiced in the art of clearing plates and blessed with the talent of balancing many items along your arms, but be wary of customers who take your strategy for granted and shovel plates at you. There will come a time when this misunderstanding will transition into a big mess.
Your tendency to get flustered in moments of chaos will transform into an enlightened calmness as you adopt a new outlook of not giving a fuck.
You’ve never contemplated the flavor that the fiery pits of hell might have if they had one. That will remain true until you try Libra’s contribution to a family meal next week which will alter your ability to taste for a maximum of three days.
The beginnings of a career change are in motion, opening the door to fresh starts and new friends. Now is not the time to insert your belief in reptilian humanoids into conversation.
You will lose a significant amount of time searching for a fork without crooked prongs for a customer.
As September is your sign’s month, you Virgo should especially watch the changes within your life. Take this quote from Galileo Galilei as inspiration, “Wine is sunlight, held together by water.”
Your interest in the YouTube series Hot Ones will transition from a healthy pastime into a cruel obsession with tricking your coworkers into a capsaicin hell hole.
With the potential bankruptcy of Forever 21 you might find yourself forced to purchase your work clothes from a different clothing store with bad labor practices that sets unrealistic expectations of always looking like you’re 21 when you’re in fact 35 and a full grown adult human.
The only transitioning you will be doing this month is going from the Lunch shift directly into the Dinner shift.
Starting a fight in the parking lot of Walmart will not set you up with an easy transition into the dinner shift.
Your transition into vacation time will be met with an envy that expresses itself through an attempt to make you feel guilty for putting everyone else into overtime.
Your restaurant transitioning out of supplying straws will give you small delight, but over time this too will transition into a strong annoyance when you have to explain exactly why you no longer supply straws to every single customer.