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Year of the Dog

The Chinese Horoscope 2018 predicts that this year of the Yellow Earth Dog is going to be a good year in all respects, but it will also be an exhausting year.

The Dog is an ethical and idealistic sign, and the year that bears its name will also bring increased social awareness and interest in society’s less powerful members. Any tendencies to take, take, take will be replaced by a widespread sentiment of generosity and selflessness. In general, we will all be imbued with the Dog’s keen sense of right and wrong.

According to chinese astrology , 2018 is a very good year regarding the financial aspects, but a little difficult from a health point of view. Actually, in the year of the dog, all zodiac signs will want to pay special attention to their health. Year 2018 is the ideal time to start eating healthy, doing sports and getting rid of bad habits.
Rat 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008

Those born in the Rat year will not have a very successful financial year, at least not in the first part. They must be very careful and show responsibility and maturity when it’s about this kind of decisions. At the end of this period, your income will increase and this will happen only because of your dedication towards work.
During the new coming year, the Rat will have trouble feeling good in his own skin and his stress endurance will be put to the test in the first two months of the new year.

Ox 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009

This year, those born under the Ox sign will know only success and this will be the result of their hard work. Don’t allow yourself to be pulled back by no one and nothing, follow your plan without deviations. Your proven perseverance will help you gain all the praises you deserve, but also substantial money rewards.
The Ox natives will have an excellent heath during the new year, thanks to their efforts from the previous years for establishing a healthy lifestyle.

Tiger 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010

Those in the year of the Tiger must be more careful when it comes to their spending habits and think twice before buying something. They are hardworking and ambitious and they will fight to gain as much as possible. The concern of not losing everything in a short time should always be in the back of their head, because otherwise they risk to work for nothing.
During this troubled period of time, the Tigers must adopt a healthy lifestyle and radically change their eating habits.

Rabbit 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011

The people born in the year of the Rabbit will work hard in this period, because their biggest desire is to have everything they want and to be able to afford anything. They must refrain from wasting money, or they will risk losing everything, especially towards the end of the year.
During the new year, stress is a real hassle for the Rabbit natives and they should spend more time taking care of themselves and change their attitude.

Dragon 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012

Dragons fight for social position, rather than for money, but this is something that actually implies both aspects. Their self-confidence will trigger their success, especially since the Dragon will attract on her side unique opportunities. It would be good to know where to stop because the desire to have more can lead to losing everything they obtained until that point.
The Dragon’s health will be excellent this year. Despite the busy schedule, the extra hours at work and the business trips, the Dragon will not forget to take care of his health. Stress is the only thing that can still affect him.

Snake 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013

Those born in the Snake year manage to, finally, obtain the first results of their past year work. These results will be both material and moral. The Snake natives must learn to adapt to any situation and to be always ready for changes, because these situations are very possible.
The Snake will enjoy a good state of health in 2018. Taking note of the health issues encountered by the people close to him, he will be determined to realize that health can become precarious over the years.

Horse 1942, 1954,1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014

The people born in the Horse year will be positively influenced by the stars in this period. This is a good year for investments, because the results won’t fail to show. They must be careful to keep their budget under control and to not spend exceedingly. The shopping list, with no deviations from it, is the best solution.
The Horse natives are at risk of facing health problems during 2018, due to the numerous responsibilities they are forced to take on. Is possible for the natives of this zodiac sign to fall prey to tension and stress. If they don’t take urgent measures, they will risk to develop depression.

Goat 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015

Goats will have many chances to fill their pockets, they only have to make sure they won’t miss these opportunities. This is a year when they will decide to save money, not to spend them. Their plans are on the first place and they are magnificent.
The Goat natives have the tendency of neglecting their own health, while taking care of the wellbeing of others. They must stay alert and quit their unhealthy habits. They need to take care of themselves and focus of their emotional, physical and psychological needs.

Monkey 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016

The ones born in the year of the Monkey will have plenty of money, but they will need to learn how to manage them efficiently. Some sudden shopping is possible, but this doesn’t mean you will make a dent in your budget. If you continue to work with pleasure and efficiently, your income will regenerate.
The people under the Monkey sign are usually healthy people, ready to conquer the world. The Monkey feels the need to find inner peace in 2018. Activities like meditation, tai chi or yoga will help them relax and achieve physical strength.

Rooster 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017

Those born in the year of Rooster must learn to adapt to any situation and don’t be scared that their financial situation will have to suffer. Variety is a very important aspect and this year will bring plenty of opportunities.
Stress can damage the physical and mental health of Rooster natives, if they don’t pay enough attention to it. Anxiety is also a risk for their health and the difficulties they encounter might manifest as exhaustion.

Dog 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018

The Dogs will have a very good year financially speaking. They will evolve professionally and as a result, they will have more money in their pockets. In just few words, they will be able to afford almost everything they want and they will show wisdom when it comes to impulsive spending.
During the new year, the Dog people will enjoy an iron health, as long as they watch their eating habits and they do not indulge in excess.

Pig 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019

Those born in the year of the Pig will make many compromises in order to be professionally successful. There will be many obstacles in their way, but if they don’t give up, they will succeed. Due to their perseverance, the bank accounts will be full of money, but their responsibilities will be as big as their rewards.
In order to avoid any health issues, the Pig needs to show caution. The Pig needs to focus on the positive aspects of life and forget any negative thoughts.

Dog Years are not conducive to waste and unnecessary expenses. In 2018, success, in love as in work, depends primarily on the quality of the communication between people, and learning that being selfless and generous can bring the promise of a more generous harvest in return.
One must remember that the Chinese zodiac sign of the Dog, symbol of intelligence and protection, can also turn the year 2018 into a sensitive period, during which activists and students, but also ordinary citizens, feeling deprived of hope and socially excluded, won't hesitate to demand radical changes to their life conditions, and to preserve the future of their children.

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