ACCORDING to the lunar calendar, the Chinese New Year falls on February 12.
This year will celebrate the zodiac’s second animal, the Ox.
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The Monkey is known for its cleverness in the Chinese zodiac
The Monkey represents cleverness in the Chinese zodiac.
Years of the Monkey are: 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, and 2016.
The Monkey is the ninth animal of the Chinese zodiac including others such as the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit, the Dragon, the Snake, the Rooster, the Horse, the Goat, The Dog and The Pig.
The 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac
Monkeys are smart, agile, and easily adaptable to any situation.
They are quick to their feet but can be highly impatient when it comes to dealing with others.
Monkey’s career in the Year of the Ox
Monkeys will have a fantastic year for professional development and will have an opportunity to showcase their talents.
They will have a great influx of money this year and will have great profits from their investments.
Their career goals will be influenced by the sun’s energy which will grant them prosperity and creativity for side projects that will also produce money.
Those searching for a job will have great luck and should not limit their options.
Financial affairs will be their best toward the end of the year.
Monkeys are sensitive and crave affection and this year they will attract love into their hearts.
Single Monkeys will have great luck finding their special person so long as they put themselves out there and give others an opportunity.
The last half of the year will be full of flings but Monkeys should be cautious into thinking it could lead to something more.
Monkeys and Tigers are not compatible in the zodiac
Married Monkeys should avoid temptation and cheating on their spouses this year.
Problems will arise in the Monkey’s relationship but friends will help them get through the rough patches.
They must acknowledge their relationship issues and work together with their partner to solve them if they want to keep a healthy union.
Monkeys are extremely fast-paced and hardly know when to relax which can take a toll on their mental health.
This year they should practice mindfulness and meditation as well as join a yoga class to learn how to promote peace in their lives.
Towards the last half of the year, Monkeys may suffer from a chronic illness so they should go to the doctor to prevent themselves from getting worse.
February and August will be difficult months in terms of health for the Monkeys so they are advised to take better care of themselves and be vigilant about how they feel.