The Dragon Chinese Horoscope 2018
You are a Dragon if you were born in 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024 and so on. The Dragon is the fifth symbol in the Chinese zodiac.
If you were born between January 1 and February 16, you are a Rabbit as the Chinese New Year begins on the 16th. This Dragon Chinese Horoscope is for 2018 which is the Year of the Brown Earth Dog.
Life in 2018 - Be a Team Player
Dragon energy is powerful, unpredictable and mysterious so in some ways quite opposite to the loyalty, protection and honesty of the dog. This year, the Year of the Brown Earth Dog, will present challenges to Dragons if they are not adhering to the dog qualities of duty, honesty, faithfulness and transparency. These are the cautions that Dragons must follow this year, otherwise they could get themselves into trouble.
Whilst it’s always important to be yourself, there are also times when wisdom teaches us to ‘tow the company line’. If Dragons wish to stay in their current employment, then they need to learn to be team players otherwise they can move on and do their own dragonly thing.
Love in 2018 - Practise Good Communication
A love relationship according to the Chinese Dragon Horoscope in 2018 is likely to fall a bit flat this year, the normal sparks of love fail to ignite passion and so Dragon relationships could be sober and more about things you have in common rather than passionate desires.
Dragons, if you find someone who was born in the Year of the Chicken that is 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981 or 1993 you are likely to have better romance luck as Chickens can get along with Dogs very well (and it’s the Year of the Dog). You are also likely to have good communications with Rabbits. What’s more, Rabbits can also get along nicely with Dogs, especially in the Year of the Dog. Rabbits are those born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023 and so on.
So in other words Dragons, if you have a Chicken or Rabbit partner, this will work because it’s the Year of the Dog and these two get along with Dogs.
If you’re already in a relationship, then adopt the qualities of the Dog this year which will help get you over any potential relationship hurdles. Practise good communication, patience and co-operation this year to avoid relationship difficulties.
Money in 2018 - Plan Your Growth
According to the 2018 Dragon Chinese Horoscope, this is a potentially lucky year for Dragons with unexpected funds coming their way. If Dragons seek the advice of others concerning finances, they are likely to do better than keeping their own counsel. It is not a good year for climbing the success ladder at work as Dragons are likely to be delayed or blocked in some way. If you’re looking for extra money, get out and do a ‘side hustle’ earning money in your own micro-business with a partner or an advisor of some kind.
If you keep your own counsel regarding finances and career in 2018, you are likely to be feeling a bit unmotivated or flat, so it’s not a good time for expansion on your own. This year Dragons will need to bring in new energy from employees, partners or someone like a coach or mentor who can help you physically manifest your goals.
Career and finance matters generally could be delayed or plateaued, so 2018 is not the best time to seek a promotion, speculate or expand business or finances. Sit back and plan your growth for the Year of the Pig – 2019, when Dragons are more likely to have good luck.
2018 Dragon Chinese Horoscope Summary
Although Dragons are usually pretty savvy and smart, you just need to be a bit conservative this year with your plans. If you wish to grow business or finance, plan everything in advance and don’t get caught up in speculative ventures as your hopes could be dashed.
If Dragons can go a little bit out of their way this year by being more considerate of others, then life will go far more smoothly. Be co-operative and seek the advice of others and you may even increase your income this year from unexpected sources.
All the best learning and living Dragons, look to the qualities of the Dog this year and don’t be overly impulsive. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day.