The Chinese New Year begins Friday, January 31st. Some will begin partying on Chinese New Year’s Eve. Restaurants will be packed and fortune cookies will be cracked open. Predictions will be read. Most of the tiny pieces of paper will be tossed away.
Did you already biff your 2014 resolutions? Here’s your second chance, but before you make your new list, check out your horoscope with the Chinese Zodiac Chart below. It may help you fine-tune this year’s goals, or not, but it’s always interesting.
This is the Year of the Horse and I am ready to ride! This hoofed creature promises to bring most signs loads of fun. Who doesn’t like fun? That could be why so many people are optimistic about 2014. Who knows?
When I researched my Chinese horoscope for Dog, it foretold a year of “confidence,” “optimism,” “exuberance” and “good times.” Yeah baby! I love everything about this prediction. This is a learning year and one in which I am to work with others from diverse groups. Opportunities are supposed to arrive along with new methods of working or a brand new path. All I can say is I’m ready to take the reins and bushwhack towards my goals.
What are they and what have I done so far in 2014 to reach them?
1. Get my book published –
I sent out 40 pages for professional editing. It’s a start.
2. I have a story to rewrite in screenplay form. –
I signed up for a class which starts in March.
3. Outline my 2nd and 3rd book in the series, just in case it’s not sold as a standalone.
This month, I compiled notes for the second book. The iPad notepad is such a great tool! I’m ready to start the outline.
4. Continue writing my Wild Ride blog and connect with others through social media.
This year is supposed to be all about “connection.” We’ll see where it takes me.
I feel that much of what we accomplish is dependent on how much confidence we have. I waver just like anyone, but have to admit this forecast has me pumped up! I have a really good feeling about 2014. After reading all twelve prophecies, I shouldn’t be alone.
Click on your Zodiac sign according to the year you were born and see what your future holds in 2014. Good luck!
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Saddle up and ride this pony. I’m sure whoever you are, it will be a wild year filled with hills, valleys, a few thunderstorms and loads of incredible sunsets. It’s always a Wild Ride!
Now you can rewrite your resolutions.
“Okay. Somebody’s gotta walk or we’re never gonna get anywhere in 2014!”
Will you fine-tune your goals for 2014 or is it a good reminder to make some? It’s never too late.
First two images from Wikimedia Commons
Last horse image from TheEquinest.com