While last year was filled with crazy disruptions, this year Dog natives happily settle down to the slower pace of the metal Ox. This is a year of rebuilding, reconnecting, and reestablishing your position in the community. Dog natives are always alert and quick to warn others of danger. The first few months of the new year may be spent healing your frazzled nerves. But you can already tell that this will be a better year, for your social life as well as your career.
2021 is a busy year for Dog natives. When we consider the Dog and the Ox on the ranch, it's the dog's job to keep the herd in line. But now, the entire world is the herd. And that's a lot for one Dog to handle! So over the course of the year, you may find that there's just too much going on. In this case, it would be good to automate, delegate, or eliminate some of the things on your to-do list. That said, most of the year will be quite exhilarating, with an endless stream of opportunities and different directions in which you can go.
A project you’ve been working on for several years now shows the most possibility for success. You've done the backbreaking work of planting seeds by trying new things, making connections with important people, and hunkering down to get things done. Now there's a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. This could mark the launch of a business or creative project. Or you may have the opportunity to do the job that you’ve been working towards.
The year is also marked by increased confidence and heightened charisma. You have a larger circle of friends, and more people who are willing to support you. This is the first year in a long time where you truly feel like the captain of your own destiny. The challenge will be in keeping up with all of your projects and obligations. Let go of worries and stress, and realize how much you’ve survived over the last year. Focus on keeping yourself, as well as the herd, on track.