Chinese Horoscope The Pig 2017

The Pig Chinese Horoscope for 2017

The Year of the Pig is the twelfth and the last in the Chinese zodiac. Pig years start at the Chinese New Year (new or dark moon) and in 2017 this is January 28. A new moon occurs at a different time every year according to the lunar cycle. Pig years are 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031 and so on.

image of a tree representing growth in life

Life in 2017 – Improvement

Pigs are likely to experience a better year than last year with improvement in career at least. Finances won’t be bad either and love could be just around the corner.

Pigs are known for their hard work and dedication and this is likely to produce new bounty in the Year of the Red Fire Rooster. However, Pigs will need to do their own thing and not get caught up in the dramas of others they are trying to help. It does amiable Pig no good to get overly involved through their kindness. Give Rooster histrionics a wide berth and go it alone.

Watch your health compassionate Pigs and look after yourself and your stress levels. You need to also be vigilant regarding accidents particularly falls. When you go out, try to go with other people so their energy can offset any negativity around accidents. You are likely to be more social in 2017, so having others around you will not be hard to do at all. Last year’s health problems are likely to improve substantially this year, although you will at times be quite emotional.

This is a year for action especially regarding business or career. You may have more to do with technology, communications and media this year. Something you’ve wanted to do for a long time is likely to happen in these areas.

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Love in 2017 – About Average

Pigs are usually very loyal and dedicated provided no one is telling them what to do. Their one failing is that often they self sacrifice in relationships whilst attending to the needs of others rather than their own. The Year of the Red Fire Rooster brings increased social activity and an expanded network of friends and associates.

Travelling for work in 2017 may bring new romantic interests into the lives of Pigs. Take care here because these new relationships may not last the distance particularly if Pigs talk about the past including things like old relationships and so on. If you want this to last Pigs, then gain that person’s trust by focusing upon them, not the past.

The Year of the Red Fire Rooster is about average in terms of love. No good or bad luck and it seems that Pigs can make their own luck by adjusting their thinking and their behaviour.  Pigs may be tempted to put too much energy into their careers and not pay attention to their partners, so guard against this scenario.

If you are in an existing relationship, concentrate on this rather than looking at the so called greener grass on the other side of the fence. Water your own lawn and you’ll be fine.

image of a piggy bank representing money prospects in 2017

Money in 2017 – Small Gains

Career is likely to be good with lots of interesting projects and diversions this year. They don’t all turn out to be profitable however. Nevertheless, small gains in finances can be had and there are opportunities for Pigs from multiple income sources in the Year of the Red Fire Rooster. Job opportunities will be increasing along with business expansion.

A Pig’s reputation in her/his career may be important this year, so build your profile through social media so that you become an authority in your network. Work hard at this and you’ll have some success.

Pigs should be cautious about investments in 2017. Be very careful, best keep your money in the bank this year and be extra careful with all contracts.

Although things will be going along quite swimmingly, old issues may arise but they will be resolved once and for all lifting a weight from your shoulders.

Those pigs studying will see improvements if they work hard. Pigs graduating are likely to do so with good marks and a grand sense of achievement.