The Solar System is not an orrery.
The planets follow the Sun, in a corkscrewing motion that is described as helical and vortical (of or relating to a vortex), while the Sun orbits the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.
This modeling gives a much more realistic, dynamic view of the motions of our solar system and of us, within it than the more commonplace conceptualization we get from the traditional heliocentric model of the Solar System.
The combined motions of the Earth within the Galaxy add up to 574,585 mph, for a person sitting in a chair at the Equator. If we add the speed at which the Milky Way is hurtling towards the Hercules Constellation, we tack on an extra 1,339,200 mph.