November 2020 printable calendar

8:00 AM


We are nearly done with 2020! Any other years I would be saying "Can you believe it?" or "Time flies", this time around I'm going to say : "It's about time!" 

I don't think I felt the way I do about 2020 any other years before. This one sure threw us a massive curve ball, and there is still 8 weeks left of it at this point. 

Fortunately, October gave us a little bit more freedom and my world does go round again now that I can go enjoy a lunch or coffee date outside the home. 
Ideally I would love to see schools reopen, but for now, I'll happily settle for being able to escape the madness of virtual school and running morning errands again. It's those little things that count! 

I don't have much to say about October and how it went. I've fallen into a routine of working on my laptop when I can, escaping the noise of virtual classroom every morning, taking afternoon naps when I need them and working evenings again. 
These past few days the air in Mumbai is feeling a lot dryer, which is a sign we are soon to see more pleasant temperature and the arrival of Winter. In fact, for the past 2 days, I woke up to a slightly "cool" temperature and evenings are starting to feel a lot more pleasant too. 

With it of course, comes the pull on my skin. I have a skin that is super sensitive to weather change and Winters mean dry, itchy skin, if the weather gets cold enough it can even get rashes, especially on the cheeks. Needless to say that I initiate my Winter skin care routine of deep moisturising round the clock the instant the skin starts pulling (which started this week). 

November is seeing Diwali this year, I am hoping for a lot less crackers and frankly, this year I am more looking forward to December and Christmas than I am any other festivals. I need the comfort the holiday I have been celebrating from the beginning of my life more than ever this year. 

Before I go on rambling about the artwork and Scorpios, here is the November calendar page you came here to download. 

November is associated with the Zodiac sign of Scorpio, which starts on October 22 and ends on November 21. 

Scorpios are said to be strong willed, possessive, jealous, passionate, strong, independent, secretive and loyal. 
I am a Cancer Ascendant Scorpio, and I do have several of these signs characteristics, I also have quite a few Scorpios in my family and friends circles. I agree about all these signs characteristics being true for the sign. 

I chose black for the color, because November is black and grey, at least in my beautiful synesthetic mind. It turns out it's also a strong powerful color that embodies the sign perfectly. 
The artwork is of course for sale in both my Society6 and Redbubble shops and is featured of a wide array of products like the Redbubble tote bag in the picture above. 

As I mentioned earlier this month, the 2021 Calendar is up for grab if you are a Tier 3 Patreon and I will put it for sale in my Etsy shop in the coming week. 

I'll release each page individually on the 1st of each month on the blog but I will no longer offer the whole 12 page all at once for free like I said in this blog post

See you all on December 1st for the last Calendar post of 2020! 

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  1. Indeed, how this year has gone by.

    Can I order the 2021 calendar from Etsy Shop without being a Tier 3 Patreon?

    1. No need to be a Patreon for the Etsy sale, it will be opened to all.

      I will put it on sale soon, I didn't get much time on the laptop those past few days so I didn't get all the listing pictures ready to go.

  2. October was strange with no celebrations or let us say virtual celebrations. November seems more as it has been over the year, bit smoggy with winter descending. It is that time of the year again when delhi turns into a gas chamber. Perfect weather for respiratory diseases and this year we have one additional thing to deal with. It is said that the cold temperature may help the spread of the virus. Let's hope we sail through winters unscathed. Vaccine is expected some time next year, so let's hope for the best.

    1. Frankly, I am not pinning hopes on a vaccine and once it comes out I certainly will not be lining up to get the first jab because as it is, there is no guarantee the vaccine will not have side effect.

      I'm far more in favour of researching treatment options rather than this whole fast tracked vaccine craziness.


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