It’s now officially the year of the Horse. Those born in the horse years (2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918, 1906) are usually the social butterflies of the group and are known for their happy-go-lucky demeanours. They tend to follow their hunches and are naturally intuitive. Honesty and a distaste for games is what horses are all about, which makes them devoted friends. Their ability to be open and frank is also displayed by their rebellious nature; the moment they feel confined, they do not fear breaking free. So what should you expect from the year of the horse? Here is a brief breakdown:
This is the year for acting on those thoughts that have been in lingo land during 2013. Be sure to focus and take action on goals that you truly desire and are confident in pursuing, because it’s also a year that can provoke your compulsive side; like a horse, once it transitions to a full gallop, it’s difficult to stop. This also applies to your finances and spending; if you are not thoughtful in your purchases, you could end up going over budget. Putting that fact aside, it’s also a good year for traveling.
Overall the year will be a very lucky one. It’s time to let your talents shine. If there is something you have always wanted to learn, or a creative project that you’ve always wanted to come to life, the time is now. 2014 will be full of abundance and the doors of opportunity will be wide open. 2013 was a year for pondering. This year is for taking those contemplative thoughts and making them a reality, like a horse that has been sitting in the shed all day and finally set free; nothing can stop it. It’s 365 days of reaching your goals for the mind, body, and soul. Happy Chinese New Years!