It’s been a busy month, and we’re not even halfway through. When the sky goes dark with a new moon in intense Scorpio on Monday, November 13, blow everyone off and catch up on rest. New moons mark new cycles, but sometimes, all you need to feel refreshed is a night of really good sleep. Once the sun enters Sagittarius on Wednesday, November 22, you can expect to be busy for the rest of the month. That welcome news regarding that Mercury brought? Yes, you can feel proud about an accomplishment, but that also means that you’re going to have to continue to work hard to maintain it (while continuing to practice self-care, of course).
The final week of November brings Native American Heritage Day and Thanksgiving to those who celebrate. Regardless of how you feel about the holidays, you really deserve to take some time off, babe. (We warned you that you’re getting attention and praise this month!) When Mars, ruler of war, enters bossy Sagittarius on Friday, November 24, your phone is going to be blowing up. Answer what you absolutely have to, but don’t be afraid to silence your phone and stay off social media. When the stars asked you to work hard, they didn’t mean to work yourself to the point of burnout. The weekend is bookended by a draining full moon in Gemini on Monday, November 27, and all you want to do is chill. If there’s one thing the holidays are good for, it’s taking a break. So blame the Puritans, blame your astrologer, but know that you deserve all the goodness that came your way this month, even if you want to go on vacation mode. Enjoy, and see you in December.
Important dates in November 2023:
Saturday, November 4: Saturn goes direct in Pisces
Wednesday, November 8: Venus enters Libra
Thursday, November 9: Mercury enters Sagittarius
Monday, November 13: New moon in Scorpio
Wednesday, November 22: Sun enters Sagittarius
Friday, November 24: Mars enters Sagittarius
Monday, November 27: Full moon in Gemini
To see monthly predictions for another zodiac sign, check out our full list of November 2023 horoscopes.