RABBIT: 61% (9 favorable and 3 unfavorable months)
The pace should pick up this year, and it may be a faster one than you would like it to be. At times, especially during the month of the Rooster, it may be almost unbearably hectic. Still, the Tiger is your complementary sign, and a friend who will liberally bestow Luck upon you. You can expect most months to be favorable to you, with opportunities to make big gains in almost every area of your life. So, do not let difficulties get you down for long. If you can resist this Rabbit tendency to discouragement, you will find in retrospect that 2010 has been a very rewarding year for you.
The Rabbit may tend to prefer security and stability to uncertainty and change, but in the Year of the Tiger, you will need to embrace the unknown to achieve your potential. Now, more than ever, bold new initiatives of your own undertaking are likely to be rewarded. You may be pushed out of your comfort zone on the job, and if you are not, you must push yourself to take on new challenges. Demonstrate your versatile nature to impress those who may only know one side of your many talents. Act early in the year on your ideas for a project or entrepreneurial venture. Don't forget that next year will be a Rabbit year, and the groundwork laid now will set your stage for 2011, when your own sign will rule.
As a Rabbit, you probably enjoy productive relationships with your peers and family members. This year will be no exception, and you will encounter many opportunities to expand your network of interesting and helpful people. However, be cautious of expressing uncharacteristic irritability with those close to you. While the domestic front should be a source of joy, it may seem like more work than usual to maintain a favorable climate. A hectic schedule coupled with a demanding home life could take a toll on your nerves and cause you to lash out at loved ones. This could threaten to undermine even solid relationships. A random meeting later in the year could be life-changing. If you are single, it could mean a new love.
Heightened activity means you should be a bit careful with your health. If you find yourself overworked, take a step back and focus on meditation or a soothing from of exercise such as Yoga. Remember, stress tends to cause an increase in stomach acid so it is wise for you to avoid too many fried foods and caffeine. It is a good practice to start the year with a checkup followed by two good decisions a day. From there, six months down the road you can effectively measure your progress and ability to stay healthy throughout 2010.
Extra vigilance is called for in money matters in 2010. The Year of the Tiger poses financial opportunities, and particularly chances for the alert Rabbit to make wise, well-considered purchases. However, along with profitable opportunities, there will be temptations to engage in ventures that are too good to be true, or uncertain at best. Fortunately, the Rabbit tends to have the good sense and wits to perceive the difference. For your fiscal health, you want to keep both those traits about you this year.