Looking for how to thrive during the time of COVID-19? What’s your sign? TCE’s cosmic coping strategies are here to help you deal. With everything going on in the world right now, it’s a good time to peel yourself away from screens, go outside and look up!
November brings two meteor showers. The Northern Taurids are known to unleash the odd super-bright “fireball” that you’re not going to forget in a hurry, while the Leonids have produced spectacular displays in the past.
For all you mysterious Scorpios, the New Moon on November 15 is a Super Moon (the furthest it gets from the Earth on its orbit) and in your sign, so get ready to feel some major vibes.
The Full Moon in Gemini on November 30 isn’t an just your ordinary Full Moon — it’s also a Lunar Eclipse. Keep your eyes to the sky to see the Earth’s shadow!
OCTOBER 23 — NOVEMBER 21
Oh Scorpio — it’s been an interesting trip around the sun. 2020 is almost over, and your ability to strategize has helped you navigate through its worst challenges. You’re always so serious, but take some time to celebrate this month by ordering from your favourite local brewery.
NOVEMBER 22 — DECEMBER 21
You’re tired of spending so much time indoors. The isolation is making you restless. Set aside a day to get outside and hit the Spurline Trail. The taste of freedom will help you feel more like yourself.
DECEMBER 22 — JANUARY 19
You’ve been having trouble talking about your feelings lately. Crying through the first two minutes of the This Is Us season premiere is fine, but you’re going to have to open up at some point. Grab some herbal tea uptown and give your friend a shout. Talking things out will help.
JANUARY 20 — FEBRUARY 18
Your creative juices are flowing this month. Use that to your advantage. With the holidays around the corner, a little DIY can go a long way. Sign up for some of the craft workshops around the region, and tap into a new skill.
FEBRUARY 19 — MARCH 20
Blame it on the changing season or all the cheesy movies on TV, but you’re feeling extra romantic this month. Show your affection for the person on your mind by surprising them with an arrangement of flowers and sweets from the Kitchener Market. Love is in the air!
MARCH 21 — APRIL 19
It’s great that you’re trying to be less impulsive with your spending, but your expectations for your savings account might be too optimistic. It’s all about balance. Browse local Etsy vendors and treat yourself to something nice.
APRIL 20 — MAY 20
A challenge at work will leave you feeling swamped this month. Don’t be so stubborn, Taurus. Accept help when others offer it. Thank them with some local coffee.
MAY 21 — JUNE 20
You’re feeling extra energized these days. Maybe it’s the time change. Whatever the case, you’re looking for some fun this month. Hit St Jacobs, Elora and Cambridge to browse through local shops and get into the winter spirit. Don’t forget extra marshmallows in your hot chocolate.
JUNE 21 — JULY 22
Your sweet tooth has you craving something special in early November. Indulge with some chocolates from the farmers’ market. It might help fuel that artistic side you’ve been wanting to tap into.
JULY 23 — AUGUST 22
Leo, you’re craving a bit of passion in your life this month. We might be in isolation, but you can still plan a special date night with take-out and cocktails. It might be time to take up a new hobby. Try one of this months’ recipes in the Community Edition and spice up your life!
AUGUST 23 — SEPTEMBER 22
All your hard work is about to pay off. A new opportunity is on the horizon this month. It’s a good time to go thrifting for things to bulk up your wardrobe. You never know when you’ll need to make a great first impression.
SEPTEMBER 23 — OCTOBER 22
Lately you’ve been in a funk, Libra. As they say in Monty Python, “always look on the bright side of life.” Volunteering your time, or money towards a local charity will feel rewarding, and help put things into perspective this month.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
TCE Horoscopes and Haru Noon are illustrated by Cara Vandermey who created each sign to celebrate a different essential worker.
TCE thanks Waterloo Region’s essential workers for all you do to continue to provide for us. Much Love.