Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Mercury rules your sign (and also Virgo), so you are more sensitive than most to this planet when it is out of phase. When Mercury is retrograde, it is not the ideal time to take a new job, introduce a new product, or start a new relationship. It is a good time to attend to duties on your to-do list that you never quite got back to doing and to return to people from your past, to reconnect, whether in friendship or business. One last word—if you have been out of work a long time and you receive a job offer, take it and run with it. You can always change jobs later once you already one.
The new moon of last month, October 27, was wild and wooly and may have introduced chaos in the workplace. Someone or something may have happened to shock you. For example, perhaps a trusted worker announced a departure, or a client completely changed the direction of a project, causing a lot of backtracking. You are a mutable sign, which means you are inherently flexible, so you, more than most, will be able to adjust and decide the next steps quickly. You have time—it would be best not to pitch new clients or hire a recruit until December.
Your social life, which started to bubble up with the entry of Mars to Libra on October 3, will continue to add fun and frivolity while Mars remains in Libra until November 18. Friends have been warm and welcoming, and if you have had anything troubling you, any one of them would be willing to give you their full attention to discuss your feelings and options.
The full moon, November 12, will have you craving rest and withdrawing from the social scene over this weekend. You may be in confidential talks with your financial advisor over your investments or with your broker about a real estate matter you might be considering. Alternatively, you may find out about a secret that someone tried to conceal from you, or if you have a secret, be ready to tell others about it at this full moon.