Choose a favorite saint and recite a prayer associated with that saint, i.e., the Prayer of Saint Francis, etc. You will find several here; www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?s=41 Pray for the holiness to emulate your favorite saint.
By canonizing some of the faithful, i.e., by solemnly proclaiming that they practiced heroic virtue and lived in fidelity to God's grace, the Church recognizes the power of the spirit of holiness within her and sustains the hope of believers by proposing the saints to them as models and intercessors. The saints have always been the source and origin of renewal in the most difficult moments in the Church's history. Indeed, "holiness is the hidden source and infallible measure of her apostolic activity and missionary zeal."-CCC 828
Read a biography of a saint or a book written by a saint. Ignatius Press also publishes a series of books on saints written for teens, but are also quick reads for adults who want to know a little more about a saint. Choose one and read it during the month of November.
Explore www.catholic.org/saints/ to learn more about individual saints. You will find them listed alphabetically, by patron saint, and by feast days. Many of the more common saints have short videos about the life of the saint. The process of canonization is explained in detail here: www.ewtn.com/JohnPaul2/cause/process.asp
Attend All Saints Day Mass November 1st, which is a Holy Day of Obligation. Choose an attribute of your favorite saint and mindfully practice that attribute throughout the month of November.