November 2011 monthly horoscope for Sagittarius


November 2011 Sagittarius monthly horoscope
 
Your ability to communicate, especially through the written word, work to your advantage this month. There’s a chance that—if you’ve been working on a book, short story or magazine article—you will finally find a publisher willing to take on your work. If you’ve been considering submitting a current writing project, now is the time. You’ll likely find a receptive audience and could wind up expanding your readership exponentially.

Part of the reason your communication skills are at their zenith is that your personal charm and charisma now comes through in virtually every medium you choose to take part in. Sags have the ability to attract others with little or no effort and that aspect of this sign is running high in November. Use this to your advantage in every social and business situation; you’ll like the results of your efforts.

When it comes to your personal appearance, the watchword this month is change. This is the perfect time to update your wardrobe with new clothes that you can wear for many years. When shopping, consider fashions that will remain in style for a long time, especially since you’re the sort of person who becomes attached to their “favorite” outfits. Likewise, a new haircut or style could be in the offing. You’re feeling the need at this time to simplify your life and one way to do that is with a simply, easy to care for hair style. Don’t be afraid to take a chance on something a bit radical if the mood hits you. Remember, it will grow back!

The first half of the month points to an increased desire to obtain new knowledge. This could be in the work arena—something designed to move you forward in the workplace—or simply a topic that has suddenly snagged your interest in the course of your everyday life. Regardless of the purpose, you will likely come away from the experience with a new knowledge that will work for you in a positive way in the near and distant future. It will also give you vital “talking points” during upcoming conversations with friends and coworkers. In fact, your newfound information could help solve a particularly sticky problem a friend has been experiencing of late.

Though you’re erudition and communication skills are running hot in the first two weeks of the month, they may cool somewhat by month’s end. At this time, it’s best to take a back seat and simply listen to the conversation going on around you. Analyze your behavior and make adjustments according to what works and what does not.