What Does Your Future Hold in 2019?

Posted by Kara Crail

We're sure you already know that in Chinese culture, each lunar year is represented by one of 12 animals from The Great Race fable. The year in which you were born dictates the animal you are said to personify with its own unique personality characteristics. Take a peek at what 2019 has in store for you with these bite-sized Chinese horoscopes from
Don’t know your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out here!
  • Rat - A year full of happiness and prosperity!
  • Ox - A good year for Ox. A time with good opportunities to make money.
  • Tiger - Born in a strong and independent zodiac sign, as a general rule, you do what you please. This year through, you will need to learn how to come to terms with others.
  • Rabbit - An excellent year is waiting for you! A bit less wary than usual, you will easily get close to others and make new friends.
  • Dragon - For you, the impact of the Pig’s calmness will mean a year of reconsideration.
  • Snake - This year you’ll have to be combative and persuasive
  • Horse - The year of the Pig 2019 is going to be more auspicious than the Dog Year, 2018!
  • Goat - A 2019 year under the mark of chance, when all your ambitions will be fulfilled .
  • Monkey - A year under the influence of chance!
  • Rooster - This year you need to actually pay attention to the quality of your relationships with others, if you want to succeed.
  • Dog - This year count only on your own efforts in order to succeed.
  • Pig - The year 2019 is yours, right? Start by setting your priorities and then get to work: once you start moving, you will start seeing results.

No matter what year you were born in, we've got a way to guarantee a year of creativity and inspiration! Pick up our Chinese New Year Plates in Prosperity (m043) and The Great Race (m044) for a great start to 2019.  

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