Even though the horse and the ox are both farm animals, the former has a tendency to gallop towards the finish line, while the latter adopts the philosophy of slow and steady wins the race.
This is the only philosophy you must adopt if you don’t want to land yourself in someone’s plate as their evening meal.
Take calculated risks and only seize opportunities after you have highlighted all the cons.
Career: Slow and steady is one thing, but not at the risk of getting complacent. Get moving and plan that career move you have been debating for a while. There’s no need for you to rush into any rash decisions, but sending your resume out to the company of your choice is a proactive move that you must seize when given the chance.
Remember, the ox is stronger than the horse and when the need arises, it can butt out the competition to gain ground. Go on now, give it a try.
Health: You are usually sturdy like the animal you represent, but that doesn’t give you an excuse to give up on all things healthy in the pursuit of other joys.
The idea is to plan your health the same way you will plan your career. Make a checklist and find out the pros of the workouts that work for you and do it.
Love: Drama, drama, drama. While issues can crop up, this year isn’t some Shakespearean tragedy waiting to play out. Love is in the air and your soul mate could very well be out there, waiting for a chance encounter.
The drama will simply add to the spice of life. However, those who are married or in a relationship had better tread on the side of caution considering the ox and the horse can clash and increase the chances of misunderstandings to crop up.