THE Chinese New Year is celebrated on February 12 this year.
It is also known as the Spring Festival and occurs every year according to the lunar calendar.
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The Goat is the eighth animal of the Chinese zodiac
The Goat represents creativity, intelligence, and calmness in the Chinese zodiac.
Years of the Goat are: 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027.
The Goat is the eighth animal of the Chinese zodiac and includes others such as the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit, the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Monkey, the Rooster, the Dog and the Pig.
There are 12 animals in the Chinese zodiacCredit: The US Sun
Goats are tender and very loving, they seek connection and affection from others.
Additionally, they are amicable and stable and have a strong sense of kindness.
Goat’s career in the Year of the Ox
If Goats are seeking for a job change, this might be a good time for them.
They are advised to get into creative fields that will keep them challenged and constantly using their artistic talents.
Towards the end of the year, Goats should be careful about their money and not invest in anything they aren’t sure of.
Goats need to remain focused this year and not let anyone derail them of their goals
It’s a good year to stay focused and not let anything or anyone derail them of their goals and visions.
They have the ability to make everything come true as long as they stay on track with themselves.
Goats will be lucky this year if they are searching for love.
Someone will arrive in their life with new visions, passion, and a thirst for commitment.
Goats, being the natural caretakers they are, will receive this relationship with open arms and nurture it.
Goats are compatible with Rabbits and PigsCredit: The Sun
There is potential for a more serious union mid-year so they should be ready for a serious blossoming relationship.
Single Goats will have many options to choose from and must be discerning.
These Goats seek stability and a partner that will respect their boundaries, but they may luck out and find someone!
The Goat must work extra hard this year to make their health a priority.
They are not known to be very active so they must make an effort to break a sweat every once in a while.
Goats should schedule an appointment with their doctor at the beginning of the year to make sure they are healthy and feeling well.
Additionally, they should seek better diets and try incorporating more vitamins into their morning rituals.
The end of the year looks promising for the Goat’s health as long as they keep up a routine and check in with themselves regularly.