rabbit Weekly Chinese Horoscopes for the Week of January 16, 2022

Week of January 16, 2022 This Week

This week, you're branching out in new directions. Rabbit, you're opening up to possibilities.

The week begins on Monday, Jan. 17, with the Yang metal Horse day. It's also the full moon. Rabbit, you might be exploring some new foods. Maybe you try kimchi, amaranth bread, or a ginger-flavored kombucha. You're expanding your palate and your world. You might find a new favorite in the international or health-food aisle.

The Yin water Rooster day is on Thursday, Jan. 20. A disagreement between you and your sweetheart dissolves into laughter, and then the kissing can begin. Rabbit, you likely have a rule to never go to bed angry. And, today, your mind is on something much more romantic by the time you get to bed.

On Saturday, Jan. 22, it's the Yin wood Pig day. Rabbit, right now, higher education is capturing your attention. It's possible you need to make a tuition payment for yourself or one of your kids. You might be applying to a college for a graduate degree program. Or you're back in school, trying to get into the rhythm again and cramming for an upcoming test.

This week, you're branching out in new directions. Rabbit, you're opening up to possibilities.

The week begins on Monday, Jan. 17, with the Yang metal Horse day. It's also the full moon. Rabbit, you might be exploring some new foods. Maybe you try kimchi, amaranth bread, or a ginger-flavored kombucha. You're expanding your palate and your world. You might find a new favorite in the international or health-food aisle.

The Yin water Rooster day is on Thursday, Jan. 20. A disagreement between you and your sweetheart dissolves into laughter, and then the kissing can begin. Rabbit, you likely have a rule to never go to bed angry. And, today, your mind is on something much more romantic by the time you get to bed.

On Saturday, Jan. 22, it's the Yin wood Pig day. Rabbit, right now, higher education is capturing your attention. It's possible you need to make a tuition payment for yourself or one of your kids. You might be applying to a college for a graduate degree program. Or you're back in school, trying to get into the rhythm again and cramming for an upcoming test.