Pig Chinese Horoscope

...
Pig

2024

You’re in the Flow of Possibilities

In the year of the wood Dragon, Pig, you benefit from being flexible and easygoing. You might shy away from the hoopla and drama that a wood Dragon year can bring— sometimes it can feel like an endless party. There will be great new people to meet, and some people from your past will return. Your work life will be busy, so it will be important to carve out vacation and leisure time for yourself. And your finances can improve over previous years. Overall, while the year has its ups and downs, you can surf the wave to stay on top.

This year, you’re in the sixth year of your twelve-year cycle and the last year of seed tending. If you think of the twelve-year cycle like a year on the farm, this is the end of summer. The crops are growing tall but aren’t quite ready to harvest. Many things that you set in motion in the past now begin to accelerate. You see traction and movement, but it isn’t yet time to celebrate. You might feel like you’re in the starting gate, but the race hasn’t begun yet.

Your luck this year falls in the area of communication and paperwork. In 2024, you could do more writing and teaching. You might post or publish your thoughts more often. You might deal with more paperwork, contracts, and agreements. You could take a test for a professional license or conclude a legal matter.

Your challenge during the year of the wood Dragon is with relationships. People from your past will want to reconnect with you, and you’ll need to discern whether they bring the same baggage as before. People will be very busy this year, so it might be hard to gather people for events or celebrations. You can meet a lot of new people, but it will take some time to develop true connections.<br><br>

Learn about the Pig Discover your Chinese zodiac sign, explore personality traits, romantic compatibility, and learn what fortune awaits you.

Yearly Other zodiac Signs Chinese Horoscope

Quote of the Day If life were predictable, it would cease to be life, and be without flavor. - Eleanor Roosevelt
Top