When you ask someone what year they were born you can actually learn a lot. The Chinese zodiac has a complete list of signs that help you understand yourself. They are all paired with an animal that go around a 12 year cycle. So every 12 years it starts again at the top. Each of the signs will give you advice on career, love, lucky numbers and things you should avoid. This is to help you be the best you that you can. The animals that each one represents are a great way to add some unique décor to your house.
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Year of the Dragon: The fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac is the dragon. You may be thinking that this means you are scary and everyone wants to keep away. The real attributes that make up the dragon are intelligence as well as confidence. The other part to a dragon is that they can be unpredictable and have a sharp tongue meaning they may speak before they think. The people that are born within this sign are often ready to take on any new task and are not afraid of a challenge. On top of the fact that you were born in a year that has such a cool symbol they are also an amazing piece of décor in a home. You can choose from a plethora of styles of dragon that you think best fits your own personality.
Year of the Snake: The year of the snake will probably fit people that you know really well. If you are one or you know someone that is they are likely mysterious or hard to read. They are very in tuned with the world around them and have an air or intelligence. Snakes also are not one to just be seen running around talking and chatting with just about anyone. They persevere what they have to say so that when you do talk people should listen. They are wise enough to say what they mean and only what is necessary. They also need their space when they are upset or angry which does not happen a lot. There are snakes that come in all shapes, sizes and colors that can be interpreted in many poses when carved.
Year of the Horse: If you are the life of the party and the one friend that is always ready to get out in middle of all the attention then you are likely born in the year of the horse. These are the type of people that are very energetic and what to stay busy and active all day long. They are also great in a conversation to keep it lively with a witty comment to make sure that the attention comes back to them. Horses are also a loved animal by many and that is why they are a great addition to your home in a wood carving.
Year of the Goat: Now onto the opposite of the horse is the goat. We all know someone that is shy and quiet and very mild mannered. These are the traits of a person that is born in the year of the goat. They like to be in a group so that they don’t stand out and can linger on the outside of it. They also are known for their creative skills and thinking. They are also known to have less health troubles because of their calm demeanor.