Chinese Lunar Year of the Horse
As seen on Chinese zodiac calendar, 2014 is going to be the Year of the Horse. This will begin on the 31st of January 2014 and will end on the 18th of February in 2015.
According to the Chinese calendar, when it comes to fortune, 2014 would be a better year for those people who were born under The Year of the Horse. The previous years on the life of a Horse might be filled with financial struggles and love life issues, but as for 2014, some things will change on his life. If the Horse will become financially independent, his money situation will become better and better. Horses are naturally lucky when it comes to money resources and career. All that is needed is for him to do is to rightly manage some aspects in his life.
As shown on the Chinese zodiac calendar, 2014 is the year where Horses will be prone to health issues specifically those conditions that target the lungs. They are more likely being involved on accidents too. To counteract such bad luck, Horses are suggested to donate blood.
As for clothing, the lucky colors to wear this year are purple, blue and grey. To add up luck, you can wear wooden pendants or beads along with your stylish get ups. Horses lucky numbers are 7,3,2.
Horse people are energetic, intelligent and are commonly physically strong. They like to stay at peaceful places. They are very good when it comes to communicating with other people around them, thus making them sociable and they are quite friendly too. Horses love crowded places as well as entertainment. Because of the Horse natural friendly characteristic, he is loved by many.
An individual who is burn under the Year of the Horse loves to be involved on charity events and always wants to build his own humanitarian projects. He also likes to venture on career. He does not want to stay working with one company for a long time yet; he will serve his bosses with all his best. On making life decisions, the Horse could be stubborn yet they also have their own earthy sides.
Relationships for Year of the Horse 2014. When it comes to love, Horses easily fall, and they typically get their hearts broken. It was already mentioned in the beginning that Horses are more likely to have money issues. What makes it hard for them on financial aspect is the way they manage their money. They typically over spend for entertainment and fun and to help others. They are not materialistic, yet, spending money to them is practically nothing but just to get whatever is there in front of them. At times they could be dependent, but when there is nothing left to hold on, they can make their own strategies to solve the problems.
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