2018 Year of the Dog - Happy Chinese New Year!
2018 CHINESE NEW YEAR OF THE DOG This Chinese New Year takes place on February 16, 2018 this year. Interestingly, there is no fixed date for Chinese New Year. This is The Year of The Dog. Dogs are usually considered to be honest and loyal – so the people born in that year reflect the reliability of the dog as true friends and good companions.
How do you know if you were born in the Year of The Dog? The most recent years of the dog are as follows: 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, and 2018. People born in The Year of The Dog generally demonstrate honesty, loyalty, and are usually willing to help others. They are often very well-liked by others because they seem to reflect the willingness to help out someone and never seem to give up.
Females born in The Year of The Dog are usually quite cautious, protective of family and friends, and take their time warming up to new people. They may love outdoor activities. Women born in The Year of the Dog usually make excellent parents that are not afraid of the hard work required to take care of a family financially, spiritually, and harmoniously.
Males born in The Year of The Dog tend to be direct, full of energy and honest. They may suffer from a little pessimism in their approach to life because of their desire to provide for their family and other loved ones. They are generally very protective of their loved ones and will not hesitate to stand up for them, if needed.
People born in The Year of The Dog usually do well in competitive jobs. They don’t necessarily seek the spotlight, because they are usually aware of the downside and dangers of fame. People born this particular year are very observant for the most part and sensitive to those around them. As a result of this deeply held drive to protect and succeed, they may suffer from a nervous stomach or tension headaches.
As a general forecast, the best months for relationships should be mid-April through mid-May, and early October through early November. Months that may be more problematic might be mid-March through mid-April and early October through early November. Some fun ideas to keep in mind for Dogs in 2018 are that their lucky numbers might just be four and six. Colors that should help with good fortune are red, yellow and orange (it might be wise to avoid green).
The Chinese New Year of The Dog should generally shift focus toward those that are less fortunate. There might be more of a tendency to compromise and work together toward goals that lean towards generosity. The Dog’s sense of order and fair play should prevail as we all celebrate The Year of The Dog.