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 Goat Chinese Zodiac Horoscope

Goat Chinese Zodiac
While the busy Year of the Rat will extend out to February 2021 and life is likely to remain busy, the start of the adventurous month of the Rabbit is a reminder that life can't be all work and no play. The Rabbit Moon and the New Moon that has ushered in the month of the Rabbit began on Sunday, with the weekend spirit not only spilling into the early days of the week but into the next four weeks. For the Goat, this is one of the best months of any lunar year and not just because of its focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery. The Rabbit and the Goat are the best of friends so there will be a feeling of support, with things more likely to flow your way. However, the Rabbit is a guest in the Rat's home and this means that life is likely to remain busy though like any good host, the Rat will accommodate the Rabbit's adventurous needs.

2020 - Year of the Rat
The contrast between the Year of the Pig, which ends on 24th January and the Year of the Rat, which begins at the same time, couldn’t be more different but in a good way. For the Goat, the Year of the Pig has been a fun and playful year, with a focus on matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. In addition, the Pig and the Goat are the best of friends and he was never going to challenge you. In reality, you are ready for a challenge, not the kind that creates problems or trials, but the kind that can get you excited about putting yourself forward and that’s what the Rat creates.

For the Goat, the Rat is going to be a busy year, especially on the job front, with plenty of opportunities for job growth, promotion and for proving yourself in whatever field you operate in. You will need to pace yourself, for this is the kind of year when there is a danger of ignoring the signs to slow down and pace yourself, with workaholic tendencies. Hopefully the Pig’s playful influence has rubbed off on you, and you can maintain a balance between work and play. A particularly important time professionally will be during the month of the Dragon, which runs from 24th March to 23rd April and again during the month of the Rat, which runs from 14th December 2020 to 13th January 2021. This might mean keeping your work hat on over Christmas and the New Year, but it will be hard to prize off your head for much of the year anyway. Meanwhile, August and September are likely to be the most lucrative months of 2020, with a chance to benefit financially from the hard work you will have put in by then.

Meanwhile, there is a development that will guard against life becoming all work and no play and you can thank the Snake for that. There are 13 New Moons in 2020 and that means there will be a leap month, the first since 2017. This time the month being repeated is the month of the Snake, which for the Goat is the most social and serendipitous month of any year. The first month of the Snake runs from 23rd April to 22nd May, only to start over again from 22nd May to 21st June. As well as a special point in the year for your social life and for friendship, this will also be good for personal and professional networking in general.

About the Goat
Goats are sensitive, kind and loving creatures. They are also creative, artistic and sometimes eccentric. The Goat is the zodiacal archetype of genuine goodness and consideration. Goats are lucky about being in "the right place at the right time."

Goats definitely don't like to stand out in a crowd and will always hide in the wings, but they are elegant creatures and can be very creative. In general, they are serene, home-loving and nurturing.

They have a need to be loved and are at times, emotionally gloomy. Goats do not take criticisms well due to their sensitivity. They are extremely passive and will only fight under extreme provocation.

Their gentility and generosity with sympathy often leads them to be exploited by others. Goats are at best paired in business with a partner who is more aggressive than themselves, such as the Horse. In romantic relationships, they fare well with partners who have complimentary qualities that balance their trusting and gentle nature, as oppose to those who resemble them.

Compatible: Rabbits & Pigs
Incompatible: Oxen
Satisfactory: Horses
Difficult: Snakes & Rabbits

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