YOUR HOROSCOPE: Scorpio hits the road, Sagittarius looks inward

YOUR HOROSCOPE: Scorpio hits the road, Sagittarius looks inward

Georgia Nicols brings her take on what the stars say for you in November

Monday’s intrepid astrologer Georgia Nicols lays out a plan for you for November.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

This month, you’re intense about everything, especially your urge to improve yourself. (You want a makeover!) You also might meet someone who provokes you to scrutinize yourself. They might challenge your values. Meanwhile, you will have an increased concern about finances, shared property and the wealth of others, especially a spouse or partner. Happily, your intimate relationships will be sexy and memorable! A romance that begins now will be intense and have a big impact on your life (for better or worse).

Monday astrologer Georgia Nicols

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

The Sun is opposite your sign this month. This is your chance to learn more about yourself through your closest one-to-one encounters. Examine these relationships to see where they do or do not fill your needs. And how well do you fill your partner’s needs? (Obviously, for your own benefit, you must be as good for your partner as he or she is for you.) This is an excellent time to express your affection for someone, which is why relationships will be cozy. (Smoochie-boochies!)

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This month you will give more thought to how you should manage your life and what duties and responsibilities this entails. You’re ready to work and you want to be efficient and effective! Nevertheless, you will have to work on behalf of someone else and might not get the credit you deserve. Expect to give more thought to your health. Guard against a tendency to overindulge in sweets and desserts. (Sadly, it’s not true that if you eat in the dark, the calories don’t count.)

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Whoa Nellie, it’s party city! Because you feel free to express yourself and be who you are, you won’t let others push you around. Your focus is on amusements and recreation because you want to get out and have a good time. Enjoy the arts, musical performances and sports events, as well as playful times with kids. You’ll feel prankish, playful and will love mental games. This is the perfect time for a vacation. Romance will be light hearted and fun-loving because you don’t have to pretend to be what you are not.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This month, the Sun travels along the bottom of your chart making you focus on your personal life and family. You’ll enjoy being at home and will love to redecorate and make your home feel grander, fitting a royal Leo. (More velvet!) Do some repairs. Obviously, all this effort must have its rewards, which is why you will invite people over. Even though you’ll enjoy quiet hours at home, you will also love to entertain and show off your ideas. This strong emphasis on home will attract real-estate opportunities for some.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month the pace of your days will accelerate as you get busy with short trips, errands, appointments, spending more time with siblings, relatives and neighbours plus reading, studying and writing more. (Fear not because it will be fun busy.) You will love exploring intellectual ideas and conversations with others.. In a more subtle way, you will discover how much love there is in your world. As if a veil was lifted from your eyes, you realize that you have overlooked the beauty of your everyday surroundings.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

“Show me the money!” This month is you attract money and material possessions to you! Ka-ching! It’s a favourable window for financial negotiations. (Even borrowing money will be easy.) Investments, especially in art and objects of beauty, might be wise. Expect to spend more money on clothes, jewelry and art objects to beautify your home. Fortunately, you have moneymaking ideas! At a subtle level however, you’re wondering what really matters in life? If the purpose of life is to be happy – what makes you happy?

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Ta da! The Sun, Mercury and Venus are in your sign, which means it’s your chance to recharge yourself for the year to come. It’s okay to be more self-centred — it’s allowed. It’s your birthday! This is why you project yourself with more force than usual, making a fabulous impression on others. You have a great need to express yourself because your mind is bursting with ideas! You also want to get out and travel. This is a great month to buy wardrobe goodies. It’s also a wonderful time to make friends and socialize with others because pleasure will rank above work.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

You love the outdoors and meeting new people. However, this month, you will choose to be more private because you will be in touch with your subconscious mind (oh yeah) and to do this, you need time alone. Because your personal year is ending, this is an excellent time to look back over the last year to see how well you are doing at managing the art of living. What do you want to do that is different in your new year ahead? Meanwhile, you might have to care for someone at this time. You might also help charitable activities and organizations, especially related to animals.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

You’re more popular this month because everyone wants to see your face. Enjoy hanging out with younger people, plus creative, artistic types. You might also be more involved with clubs, groups and organizations because the bottom line is you want to socialize! (Study the people you’re with because they are a reflection of yourself. What is true of you is true of your friends and vice a versa.) You will be loving and affectionate to others. This is the perfect time to share your hopes for the future with someone because their feedback will help you.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

This month the Sun is at the top of your chart. It creates a “spotlight” shining down on you that is flattering, which is why people are impressed with you, especially bosses, parents and teachers and even the police. This is the best time to examine your life as a whole to see if it’s going in the direction you want to go. It’s a fine time to make plans and study anything that helps your career. Regardless of what you do for a living, someone might seek out your advice about artistic matters like design, layout, office redecorating or PR work. Meanwhile, romance with a boss might begin.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

This month you want to travel! You will love to study or explore a new hobby or any intellectual discipline that allows you to learn something exciting. Some of you will be more involved with the law. Travel for pleasure is your main desire. Meanwhile, because your appreciation of beauty is heightened, enjoy art exhibits, museums, and pristine places — anyplace beautiful and inspiring. People who are unusual or different will intrigue you; and a romance with someone from another culture might begin. (Fun way to learn a new language!)

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