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2011 Astrological Forecast for Nurses

Marijke Durning | Scrubs Magazine

January 03, 2011

2011 Astrological Forecast for Nurses

Virgo

In 2011, Neptune is an important planet in the area of work for nurses born under the sign of Virgo. If you find yourself operating on gut instinct to navigate the bureaucracy of work administration, you can thank Neptune for that. It won’t fail you. The powerful intuition you have may also make it easier to work with people who don’t work as hard as you do or aren’t as productive as you tend to be.

Mental health is strong this year, particularly if you work in the mental health field. Have you ever considered working in psychiatry or going back to school to learn more about the human mind? This may be the year to do this.

Despite how well everything is going, mid-year you may experience a “What am I doing here?” moment. Your impatience with wanting things to happen right away will be best kept at bay, because you may want to tell your boss to “take this job and….” Resist the temptation because you’ll end the year on a good note.

If you work with a Virgo nurse, she likes to share—so don’t be surprised to find boxes of donuts on the desk or special flavors of coffee by the coffee pot. Because she’s also the lucky sort, this may be the time to get her involved in your group lottery purchases. After all, this will let her share her Virgo luck!


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    ktstato

    over 3 years ago

    6 comments

    Cute!

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    Kenno

    over 3 years ago

    46 comments

    Hmmmm... Well, I do want things to happen right away sometimes.
    :)

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