Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This month won’t be the right time to buy electronic products, as they won’t likely live up to your expectations later on as you use them. Or it might be that a new model will come out after you’ve bought the present one and wish you had waited. Mercury rules the moving parts in all machines, so don’t buy a car, a refrigerator, computer, smart phone, or other expensive item until the end of this month. It’s also not a good time to sign a contact. Wait a few days after November 20, the official day Mercury goes direct, for Mercury is at his wildest on the start and end dates of his retrograde.
Now let’s turn to the full moon in Taurus at 20 degrees. A project you have been working on at the office will likely finish and need to be shipped within four days of the full moon, November 12. The house that the full moon will light will be your sixth house of work assignments, so it looks as though you will be working hard right up against a deadline. This same house also rules the state of your health and the steps you take to stay healthy, such as working out, taking vitamins, going to the dentist, getting an annual medical exam, and steps like that. (In contrast to the sixth house, your first house of the horoscope reflects your vitality.)
The new moon in Sagittarius on November 26 will be one of the most important new moons of the year for you. Decide what you’d like to achieve by this time next year. If you take a step toward your dream directly on or after the new moon, you stand a good chance of realizing it. Don’t let this chance to capture that dream disappear like perfume in the air—use it! You’ll be glad you did.
Sometimes a full moon in the sixth house lowers your resistance and brings on a cold if you’ve been under a strain with too much to do and too little time. Monitor your health, and if you need more rest, treat yourself to more sleep. If you have children, that might be hard to do, so see if you can ask your mother to help you. I recently saw a funny T-shirt on a tiny child, age 3: “Mommy is Tired. Call Grandma!”