The Per­sonal Signs

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Early in Novem­ber some­one you adore, who you haven’t seen in awhile, pays you a sur­prise visit. There could be some­one new, with a fas­ci­nat­ing ac­cent, catch­ing your fancy. You need to bal­ance work and home life as the Thanks­giv­ing week­end ar­rives. De­cem­ber brings love, warmth and spe­cial shar­ing. Don’t overuse your plas­tic just to make some­one happy. Re­mem­ber, the pa­per bills will ar­rive just af­ter the new year.


Af­ter the 11th, you’ll be a force to be reck­oned with at work. If you’re in a po­si­tion of author­ity, plan some ma­jor changes af­ter the new year. Don’t be sur­prised if a long-dis­tance loved one knocks on your door over the Thanks­giv­ing week­end. Se­ri­ous fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions are eas­ier to make at month’s end. De­cem­ber brings some happy and heart-warm­ing days. Pre­pare to be sur­prised all month with a flow of vis­i­tors. If un­ex­pected ex­penses come up, you’ll be pre­pared to han­dle them. Be care­ful if you’re out and about New Year’s Eve.


You def­i­nitely won’t get a lot of rest this Novem­ber, Gemini, but you don’t want to miss a sin­gle mo­ment of what the uni­verse has in store. Watch your fi­nances, as your luck and money flow slow down mid-month. A change is in store at month’s end; per­haps a new lover, and the end of an old re­la­tion­ship. In De­cem­ber you can count on be­ing ac­tive so­cially, which al­ways pleases you; you dream of friends in far-off places. Whether you travel to them or they travel to you, there is no short­age of warm hugs and I love yous.


Novem­ber puts you in the mood to spend ev­ery minute of free time with the ones you love; you may even be joined by some­one from a dis­tance. A fling could be turn­ing into a se­ri­ous re­la­tion­ship. Watch your cash. You could get dis­tracted and lose some bills and loose change. Also, don’t be taken in by any fi­nan­cial schemes. De­cem­ber is usu­ally your fa­vorite month. Ev­ery­one will need to come to your place for the hol­i­day cel­e­bra­tion, and they just love it. Be care­ful New Year’s Eve, and make sure some­one else does the driv­ing.


Novem­ber brings the per­fect time to travel, Leo. If not, make some plans for later and be open to new ex­pe­ri­ences. Ex­pect to meet some fun, in­ter­est­ing and un­usual types. Don’t rule out a charm­ing ad­mirer who is very dif­fer­ent. If you’re want­ing to earn some ex­tra cash, this is the time. You just love De­cem­ber and how ev­ery­one seems so merry. A sur­prise some­one shows up at your door mid-month, with presents. Check all of your pa­per­work on the job, to make sure noth­ing needs to be re­done. That goes for your GPS, too. If plan­ning to party New Year’s Eve, have it at your place.


Novem­ber is an in­ter­est­ing month, Virgo. Your fam­ily wants you to spend more time shar­ing than be­ing con­tin­u­ally on the job. That’s fine, ex­cept for the ex­tra work on hand. If you’re plan­ning to take a re­la­tion­ship to the se­ri­ous com­mit­ment level, now is the per­fect time. Watch your funds! The Thanks­giv­ing week­end brings an ur­gent sit­u­a­tion, ei­ther with a part­ner or a child. De­cem­ber re­laxes mat­ters a bit and ar­ranges a won­der­ful hol­i­day sea­son. Happy news comes from the job, and you could be­gin the new year with a sig­nif­i­cant raise or pro­mo­tion. You could want to “put a ring on it” New Year’s Eve, if you haven’t done so al­ready.


Novem­ber makes you the light of the party, Libra. You and your sweetie plan a quick get­away. A long drive in the car for des­ti­na­tion un­known. Luck is with you mid-month. That long awaited raise could come through, or you could even win the lot­tery. Get a ticket on your “mys­tery week­end.” Just one is all that’s needed. Don’t ar­gue with fam­ily mem­bers on how to cook the turkey on Thanks­giv­ing Day; you can’t win for trying. Put some dis­tance be­tween you. De­cem­ber brings a hol­i­day to be re­mem­bered. Sur­prise guests, lots of warm hugs, not to men­tion some great gifts. Ring­ing in the new year from the safety of your home is the best bet, Libra.


Novem­ber brings the de­sire to spend time close to the wa­ter. Be sure to take time to med­i­tate, as your in­tu­ition will be run­ning on high. The Thanks­giv­ing hol­i­day brings sweets, treats and good­ies in abun­dance. Don’t splurge too much over the Black Fri­day shop­ping week­end. The uni­verse has sched­uled a stel­lar month of De­cem­ber for you, Scorp. Pass out hugs and smile fondly at loved ones, and en­joy the warm feel­ings; es­pe­cially the mistle­toe. Fi­nances may have been tight, but mid-month brings a for­tu­nate turn of events. That bonus or raise comes through! Do me a fa­vor and be cau­tious on New Year’s Eve. Drive safely, or have some­one around who can.


Novem­ber brings travel for you, Sag. Could be long dis­tance or across the ocean. Don’t hold back be­cause of dis­tance, as this is an ex­pe­ri­ence you can­not miss. Be care­ful of fi­nances as the month opens, but mid-month c ould bring a new job of­fer and sub­stan­tial raise, al­low­ing you more per­sonal free­dom. Thanks­giv­ing week­end brings pro­fes­sional ad­vice and fi­nan­cial plans. All works out in your fa­vor. De­cem­ber brings in hol­i­day cheer as early as the first of the month. Might be that some­one from far away has found their way to your door. En­joy! If you’re out to spoil your part­ner, you will suc­ceed, and be warmly sur­prised as well. Lovers, play­mates or deal­ing with kids and happy sur­prises are on the agenda.


You have some pretty good news com­ing this month, Capricorn. You could rekin­dle a re­la­tion­ship that once was dear to your heart. For you ro­mance is prac­ti­cal, so keep both feet on the ground. Have some­one hold on to your credit cards dur­ing the Thanks­giv­ing week­end. When this “spark plug” is in the area and pos­si­bly in your arms, you could be tempted. De­cem­ber brings trea­sured mo­ments and many house par­ties. Ex­pect drop-ins from folks you doubted you’d ever see again! Oh, yes― one more thing: Pre­pare to wel­come in the new year with a big­ger pay­check. Happy hol­i­days.


Novem­ber brings travel, travel, travel. You could be go­ing to the other side of the coun­try or across the wa­ter. Pass­ports ready? Good, get pack­ing. You spe­cial­ize in groups and friend­ships, so the Thanks­giv­ing week­end you’ll spend time with pas­sion­ate, like-minded peo­ple. Luck is on your side, money grows for you, so buy that lot­tery ticket. De­cem­ber brings a won­der­ful month, filled with warm gath­er­ings that in­clude long-dis­tance friends and rel­a­tives you haven’t seen in years. Watch your ten­dency to over­spend now, and pull in the reins. Gifts are nice, but your com­pany is what mat­ters most. Mer­cury turns ret­ro­grade on the 19th, so af­ter that be care­ful be­hind the wheel, es­pe­cially on New Year’s Eve.


Novem­ber brings a prime time to ex­pand your hori­zons. Take a trip to a place you’ve never vis­ited, or sign up to learn a new lan­guage. Ro­man­ti­cally, you may be ready to set­tle down with some­one who’s been an old friend. Be care­ful with your money, Pisces. Some­times you for­get that plas­tic be­comes bills in a month, so use some re­straint. Thanks­giv­ing week­end brings a fi­nan­cial strain that may not go so well. De­cem­ber brings you some well-de­served sur­prises with ca­reer and pro­fes­sional mat­ters. You could start the new year with an in­crease in your pay­check. Some­one makes sure you know how im­por­tant you have been to them. If you need any kind of help, you may not even have to ask. New Year’s Eve brings a cel­e­bra­tion of what’s to come.

Born as one of two sets of iden­ti­cal twins, El­iz­a­beth Joyce has been psy­chic since birth. From a Ber­gen County, New Jer­sey, house­wife and mother, Ms. Joyce now is in­ter­na­tion­ally re­spected for her gifts as a psy­chic and en­er­getic healer. She per­son­ally be­lieves the credit should go to the di­vine as well as to her guides and teach­ers. Dur­ing her dark­est hours, when she be­lieved she could no longer carry the bur­den of emo­tional pain that was a legacy from her abu­sive and trau­matic child­hood, her in­vis­i­ble guides ap­peared. With their car­ing, help and guid­ance, she slowly be­gan to heal and re­build her life. Many ac­cu­rate suc­cesses have been doc­u­mented through na­tional me­dia.

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