Roosters in the Year of the Dog (2018)
The 2018 Year of the Dog has more unlucky events for Roosters. Each step must be considered before acting.
Problems in the workplace can lead to low spirits and low health. In order to stay safe, Roosters should be more careful than before. Try maintaining a low profile and obeying laws.
The career will not be very smooth for Roosters this year.
Problems will constantly arise and any carelessness can lead to failure. It’s easy to become the target of petty people or accidentally anger managers. Roosters must keep a low profile and think carefully before acting. Finances will be stable this year, but the same care must be put in. Otherwise, the consequences are dire.
Bad health and spirits will decrease the motivation to learn. In order to
prevent grades from slipping, Roosters must take good care of their health.
They will want to keep to themselves this year. But stepping out of their ivory tower and connecting with friends is a good way to regain strength.
It’s easy for Roosters to contract diseases this year. There is high risk of liver and kidney disease. Those with bad habits should try to quit smoking and drinking.
In January and June, Roosters must pay attention to food sanitary. In December, they should dress warmly and avoid catching a cold. Small problems can easily turn quite serious this year.
The bad luck for Roosters is involved in relationships as well. Because of stress from work and health, they will often be in bad moods. This makes it so much easier to lose their temper.
No matter how hard things are, Roosters must control their emotions. Communication is the key to mutual understanding and tolerance.
The lucky colors in 2018 are yellow, white and purple. Decorating the home or wearing these colors will help greatly with changing luck for the better. Colors to avoid are blue and gray.
2018 is a difficult year. But for the ever-changing Rooster, it could be a hard lesson on perseverance and controlling emotions.
Overall, if Roosters fix their bad habits and open up more, they’ll have nothing to worry about in life!