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This year, the secret to coming out on top is to keep a cool head and make the most of what you are given. Rats are independent and like to do things their way, are unafraid of risk and think of the world as their playground. Usually, that attitude gets you what you want. The Year of the Horse asks you to be more flexible and adapt your style to changing circumstances. Challenging everyone and everything in your path is not a good idea, but going with the flow is. Taking it easy will also help. Game-changing ventures, big plans: let these ideas sit and come to fruition before you start taking action. Slow and steady is the name of the game. Yes, this feels different to your usual method of operation, and it might feel uncomfortable at first, but you'll like the results.
Uh-oh. You're having one of those moments where work seems boring. 'It's time for a change!' you think. But then doubts start to arise: are you making a rash decision? Pay attention to these types of questions this year, because you're going to have the urge to switch things up one minute, only to change your mind the next. Quitting your job at the law firm and starting an organic vegetable farm in the middle of nowhere seem really appealing -- or is it that you want to go to medical school instead? This is the year to take a few well-calculated risks rather than acting on impulse. Stay in the planning phase and think about long-term strategy. The good news is that your ideas will almost certainly be brilliant. Take notes, keep good records and stay on track.
This year emphasizes change and the thrill of the chase, but you tend to do better in solid partnerships. That means there may be moments when you really aren't sure what you want. Are you meant to be single and live it up? Or should you stay put and make things work with your sweetheart? If you can find a sense of balance, you may just find the perfect balance in love. But if you're really ready for change, this year's energy might give you the gusto to make it happen. Just make sure your choice is based on something real, not a whim. Sleep on it for a few months. If you're single, you might meet someone who prizes his or her independence as much as you do. The challenge here is figuring out how to become a couple without losing your sense of self.
'Burning the midnight oil' is a phrase that will become familiar this year. You're up, out, about and all over the place. And while this might be a good strategy for your career, it's not the best plan for your health. Fortunately, with some careful planning and awareness, exhaustion is avoidable. Remember to slow down, breathe and schedule in time for self-care. That way you can avoid respiratory problems, achy joints or injuries that might otherwise occur. Go easy in that Pilates class. Drink more water. Eat clean, healthy foods. It sounds simple, but small tweaks to your daily behavior will go a long way. You'll really have to find the balance between work, play and rest. If you start a diet or a health regimen, stick with it. You'll reap the benefits if you see it through for a significant amount of time.
Staying on task is what's important when it comes to your net worth. You can also learn to detach from what your bank statement says. Do numbers really dictate who you are as a person? Let go of the money-ego thing and learn to live in the moment. Money can't buy happiness, so be sure to take that lesson to heart. When you're presented with the opportunity to take a risk this year (and you will be), just make sure you know what's involved. The outcome can't be predicted, but having a backup plan is an element you can control. An overall good strategy this year? Save as much as you spend -- or more.