As we move toward the end of 2022, find out what the stars have in store for you with this monthly horoscope.
As Earth obediently dances around the sun, constellations join the age-old ritual—pirouetting across the galactic night sky. Seasonal change reminds us that ceremonial movement is pivotal to life.
Fall marks the finale of the universal ballet, and November is the crucial prelude to the end. So as you embark onward toward December, influential lessons surface.
Here is what the stars have in store for you in November’s monthly horoscope.
From Santa-themed pub crawls to unexpected waves of ill-mannered black-Friday shopping families—the universal strings that tie us all together require your patience. Put your breathwork into practice.
The sticky webs of thematic disasters are conspiring against you in these coming weeks. Although you will be tempted, do not give way to the flirtatious cook’s proposal of a date after the holiday party. You’ve been warned, but I can’t say the same for Libra.
These next few weeks, your best qualities genuinely shine. You provide the duality needed to win over any customer—including the one who demands you comp their salmon as it tasted too much like fish (even though they managed to eat 3/4ths of the filet).
As the end of Day Light Saving Time brings darkness into our lives—remember that you do not need to be an additional source. Focus on a change of perspective throughout the next two weeks because your co-workers depend on it.
While you might not realize that fairness is receptive—you will once again learn life is not fair, as no one is willing to cover your brunch shift Friday after thanksgiving, considering you have never covered anyone else’s request.
There’s nothing but poorly managed reservation books and unexpected 20-top walk-ins coming in the near future. The good news is you’re well-equipped to handle it, even if it’s your worst nightmare.
Whatever advice Taurus tries to give you these next few weeks—do the opposite.
Those who rise to meet the occasion are hardly left to themselves regarding successes and failures in the standard practice of time management.
I see great fortune in the weeks to come—great, great fortune—in friends and laughter and adventure, that is, but as far as money, you’re going to be broke as fuck.
Prime-time starts NOW and will continue on into December. Finally, all the extra shifts you pick up will actually pay off financially. Get the holiday money while the holiday money’s hot, baby.
Try not to take it too personally when no one says anything about your family meal contribution.
As the busy season kicks in, you’ll finally be able to face your fear of a never-ending ticket printer just continuously zeepepezepepepzepepzepepzeppepeepezep’ing away—no end in sight. Forever and Ever.