Sarah Penix, Ohio University
November is a time of transition: into fall, into daylight savings, into the holiday season. Be ready.
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Read ’em and weep (or laugh, depending on the month).
Ortelee breaks down each week’s planetary transits so you can get the most out of your horoscope.
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I would’ve handwritten this article if I could have.
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Prepare for some serious self-reflection.
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