A new moon is upon us. But this isn't just any new moon. This one brings with it the Lunar New Year. Followers of Chinese culture and astrology also know this is the Chinese New Year, and 2019 has been designated the Year of the Pig. So, what does that mean? According to Chinese astrologers, the Year of the Pig is a big deal when it comes to romance, love, honeymoons, and marriage. Read on to find out why!
In the Chinese Zodiac, different animals represent personality traits associated with birth in different years. 2019 is the Year of the Pig. Chinese culture associates pigs with good fortune and wealth. If you work hard, you will be rewarded! And that includes relationships. Focus on positivity and understanding, and your relationships will blossom and thrive. That doesn't just include engaged and married couples, either -- it could be a friend, or someone you just started dating but are developing feelings for.
If you're having a wedding this year, you might not want to include red, green, or blue too much in the color scheme -- these are considered unlucky colors during Pig Years. Winter is considered a lucky season, so if you opted for a wedding right at the beginning or right at the end of the year, you will have exchanged vows during the year's most auspicious months. We knew there was lots to like about winter weddings, and this gives us another one to add to the list!
During the Year of the Pig, 2019 is going to give back what you put into it. Focus on hard work, positivity, wise investments of your time, money, and emotions, and you may propser beyond your dreams! And that includes your relationship with the one you love.