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It’s the Year of the Wooden or ‘Green’ Sheep. What does that mean for Your Sign? Read Your 2015 Chinese Horoscope! Sign of the Tiger…

Posted by Vanessa Vachet | 02.10.15

As of Feb 19th, the Year will change from the Year of the Horse to the Year of the Wood or ‘Green’ Sheep/ Goat.

We will be Highlighting all 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs over the coming weeks. Stay tuned to our Blog Page to find out what 2015 has in store for You!

Your 2015 Forecast for the Sign of the TIGER

 

Sign of the Tiger

Sign of the Tiger

 

To learn more information on the Year of the Wood Sheep, click this link, to read our previous article.

 If you don’t know your Chinese Zodiac Sign, Click Here, to find out.

 

Positive Traits: Courageous, Enthusiastic, Bold, Sociable, Energetic and Dependable

Negative Traits: Volatile, Impulsive, Impatient, Hot-Headed, Vain and sometimes Arrogant

 

The year of the Sheep, holds lots of exciting things for Tigers! Your finances will be comfortable. Relationships will take on new meaning or someone new may enter your life. If you were planning to start a family or get married, this is the right year to do it. A new house or a relocation is also indicated, as well as some changes in your career.

 

The Year of the Sheep will bring its challenges and worries, but also great and lasting success in new and exciting ventures! Tigers will crave a new creative outlet. Many of them will be driven to work for themselves, either full-time or part-time. Either way, some sacrifices will be required in order to make your dreams a reality. Just watch that you don’t neglect the ones you love, or your own health.

 

This sign may have to tread carefully when it comes to financial matters. You may feel like taking risks this year and some gambles will pay off. Be extra cautious, though, you may want to splurge too much! A vacation around spring time, however, is a good investment, as you will need the time off from all your hard work.

 

Try to conserve your energy as much as possible in the time of the Goat. Tigers are inclined to go it alone, taking on all the stress, but you should learn to open up and accept the support of well-meaning friends and family.

 

♠ Career: This is the time to put in the extra effort. Grow your career. Upgrade your skills with a course or two, and hone diplomacy and bonding skills. Build good relationships with your co-workers and treat your subordinates well. Surround yourself with people who will totally support you and you will weather any storms. There may be rocky times in 2015, but if you handle them calmly, you can position yourself for center stage in the following year.

 

♦ Wealth: The year of the Sheep will cause you Tigers to spend and splurge! You will consider some expensive purchases this year, like buying a new house or a luxury car. Instead of spending it frivolously, put it on something that will appreciate in value or in a long-term investment. Remember, there are rainy days ahead, so be prepared and have a nest egg.

 

♥ Love: If you’re in a relationship, this is the time to renew it with vigour! Tigers will obtain tremendous satisfaction by deepening existing bonds. Treat those around you like precious treasures. Compliment their strengths and be supportive of their challenges. Only single males will have any real luck finding love this year. However, those waiting to get married could be tying the knot in 2015 or at least you’ll consider moving in together.

 

♣ Health: The year looks good in terms of health, but make sure to stick to your exercise and diet regimen to keep things going smoothly. Be prepared to handle occasional bouts of cold and fever. This may be due to fatigue, brought on by too much time spent at work and your relentless pursuit of money. Make sure to get enough rest and relaxation. Time to cultivate habits that lead to emotional well-being and self-mastery, like daily yoga, meditation or inspirational writing.

                                                                                                                               

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