Your Chinese Sign: Horse
The year 2014 will be a remarkable time for those of you born under the sign of the Horse. This is your year after all, Horse. Your accomplishments will help you stay ahead of others and you will be filled with contentment. You are determined to create a niche for yourself and believe in perfecting your skills. Your positive attitude will help you achieve greater heights. Someone at work may create trouble for you towards the middle of the year. Be careful about what information you share with your work associates.
2014 will witness many positive changes where your love life is concerned. There are chances of your being won over by someone in January. This year it is your partner who will hold the reins in your relationship. Do not give in to unreasonable demands made by your partner. By the middle of the year, once you have dealt with your fears and doubts, your relationship will be stabilized and will be in full swing. Married couples, beware of monotony this year; you`ll have to work hard at romance or else there could be problems in your marriage. As the year draws to a close, all you single people can expect to be happily settled in a very satisfying relationship.
2014 will be a milestone in your professional life as you achieve much more than you have in the past few years. Between January to March, take initiatives at work and be a part of new ventures and projects. For some of you, who have shied away from the limelight, will be able to overcome your fears which will lead you to success. You will get to the root of the matter and remove all obstacles that stand in the way of your dreams. In the middle of the year some of you may get entangled in a power struggle with someone in a managerial position. Be very careful as to how you tackle this situation as a wrong step on your part could backfire. Beware of taking hasty, impulsive decisions and rely on all that you have learnt so far in your professional life to lead you to the right path around December.
Most Compatible With: Tiger, Dog, Sheep & Pig.