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

Week of January 16, 2022 This Week

This week, your home is the center of activity. Tiger, you have many things to keep track of.

The week begins on Monday, Jan. 17, with the Yang metal Horse day. It is also the full moon. Tiger, you might be taking care of your kids and other people's kids. It's possible that your sibling's kids are visiting or the house is your child's scout group destination—your home is a hub of activity.

The Yin water Rooster day is on Thursday, Jan. 20. You might engage in some internet marketing for your business or side hustle. And it's working. Now you have more orders and inquiries than usual. You might juggle multiple things, as you rake in the sales. Today it's good to consider expanding your business marketing even more.

On Saturday, Jan. 22, it's the Yin wood Pig day. Tiger, an encounter with an authority figure could prove that you have differing views (to say the least). And now you have to weigh your desire to win the debate versus keeping the peace. Tiger, you rarely back down from a fight, but this might be one skirmish that you should walk away from. Let peace win.

This week, your home is the center of activity. Tiger, you have many things to keep track of.

The week begins on Monday, Jan. 17, with the Yang metal Horse day. It is also the full moon. Tiger, you might be taking care of your kids and other people's kids. It's possible that your sibling's kids are visiting or the house is your child's scout group destination—your home is a hub of activity.

The Yin water Rooster day is on Thursday, Jan. 20. You might engage in some internet marketing for your business or side hustle. And it's working. Now you have more orders and inquiries than usual. You might juggle multiple things, as you rake in the sales. Today it's good to consider expanding your business marketing even more.

On Saturday, Jan. 22, it's the Yin wood Pig day. Tiger, an encounter with an authority figure could prove that you have differing views (to say the least). And now you have to weigh your desire to win the debate versus keeping the peace. Tiger, you rarely back down from a fight, but this might be one skirmish that you should walk away from. Let peace win.