2014 – Wood Horse Year
Those born between January 31, 2014 and February 18, 2015 are members of the Wood Horse Chinese Zodiac sign. HORSE year people are popular and hard workers. They have financially sound minds and are adept at handling money matters. Whether male or female, Horse personalities feel more comfortable in the company of their own kind. They are independent and self-willed individuals who never take advice. Horse people should choose a field as a dentist, financier, banker, or politician.
Year of the Wood Horse
Under the influence of the Wood Element, the Wood Horse is one of the most patient and creative members of the Horse sign. While other members of the Horse sign are burdened with indecisiveness, the Wood Horse is capable of picking a direction in life and working towards clear goals. The Wood Horse takes this same determination into their personal relationships, which they are heavily committed to. With gifts of understanding and a calm demeanor, the Wood Horse is very successful in cooperative social situations. The Wood Horse has a bit of adventurous side and is not afraid to commit fully to the unknown.
Calm, social, creative and influential, there are a variety of careers that can translate to success for the Wood Horse. Their strong people skills could go far in careers such as sales, business, advertising, communications or counseling. Similarly, adventurous nature of the Wood Horse could lead to a career in journalism, research or sports. On the other hand, innovate members of the Wood Horse sign have been known to entertain audiences with comedic genius.
Although destined for success, the life of the Wood Horse will be challenged by some shortcomings. At times, the Wood Horse’s need for adventure can become detrimental if they do not think things through. Additionally, the Wood Horse is prone to bouts of stress and anxiety. In order to counteract these difficulties, those born under the Wood Horse sign are encouraged to spend time to maintain their emotional health.
Wood Horse in Relationships
Horses, being spontaneous, have a tendency to fall fast and hard for others. They tend to give themselves fully in each new relationship a quality that ends up chipping away at their inner being. Fortunately, this exhausting trait mellows with age and relationships are stronger and more stable later in life.
Stable and strong, Wood Horses are better able to make decisions. They interact well with others; a trait that enables them to have more successful personal and professional relationships.