It’s November. Which means that—guess what?—it’s time to hate on this much-maligned 11th month, the Brussels sprouts of the calendar year. But wait a minute. It’s not November’s fault that it doesn’t contain any holiday weekends; that it marks mid-term exams at many universities; that it brings drab weather, dry skin, and post-Halloween tooth decay. And newsflash—there are actually some good things about November.
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