Brace yourself; the year of the horse will be a challenging one for dragon people. According to Chinese ideology, dragons and horses, both strive to be leaders. However, the year of the horse will reign supreme, thwarting the efforts of the dragon to fly high, despite trying.
Career: This is not the time to dump your current job and make some big career switch. Chances are, you are more likely to make more work enemies in the bargain, as opposed to walking away with a glowing recommendation in hand.
The idea is to lay low and let your work speak for itself. Networking is key, so don’t let a career opportunity slip you by at work conferences, seminars or dinner parties. There is a future there, but you need to be patient.
Health: Proceed on the side of caution, especially where marine activities are concerned. The dragon does not take to water well and this could reflect on your health in a dramatic way.
Some health issues may crop up in 2014. But don’t be disheartened. Perseverance and a good night’s rest will get you through the worst of the hurdles.
Love: If commitment is what you are chasing then you may have to wait a while. Dragon lovers will not find Cupid’s arrow striking them down in their tracks in 2014. The romance star is well and truly hidden, so you might as well regroup and take stock of the kind of life partner you are searching for.
Those already in a relationship may experience things slowing down or possibly even cooling off. Don’t do anything dramatic, which dragons are known for, in a knee-jerk reaction. Think and then take action.