November Scorpios are more intense than their late October cousins, but those born on November 1 are somewhere in between. They have an energetic spirit and are more people-oriented than many of their sign. They are constantly striving for success. Even when they meet obstacles, they have big plans about how to turn things around.
Friends and Lovers
November 1 men and women look to friends for inspiration. They never take friendship lightly. Love is a combination of the simple and the complex with them. They often demand more love and attention than anyone can give, yet they give it back, and more.
Children and Family
People born on this date draw strength from the values and beliefs they were taught. They are good parents, though strict and a bit close-minded. They don’t expect their children to be perfect, but they do demand they become responsible early. They are never shy about showing affection.
People born on this date are not interested in pursuing complicated machinations to stay healthy. They believe in doing things the natural way: sensible diet, moderate exercise, and plenty of time for meditation and contemplation. November 1 natives definitely believe in taking life as it comes.
Career and Finances
People born on this date seek careers that give them ultimate satisfaction and a sense that they’re someone important. They don’t look for validation from colleagues, preferring to live up to their own standards. November 1 natives are the sort who do their own taxes and make their own investment decisions.
Dreams and Goals
Becoming successful in both the worldly and spiritual senses of the word is important to November 1 individuals. They have almost unlimited ambition. Fortunately, they have their own timetable for success. They go at a steady pace, not expecting success to come easily, though they never doubt it will happen eventually.
Scorpio Information for November 1
You should embrace: Creative ambitions, constancy, taking ownership
You should avoid: Negativity, apprehension, disenchantment
Article by Jill M. Phillips, Photo by Peter Dazeley