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Your year of the pig

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Is 2019, the Year of the Pig, going to be your year? If you were born in a recent Year of the Pig (1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007 or 2019), isn’t predicting the best of times for you (sorry). According to the site, the year of one’s zodiac sign is traditionally the unluckiest—anyone else grow up thinking it was just the opposite? Apparently, this will not be a “transitional year” for Pigs, nor is it “a good time to make investments.” Likewise, health is described as “mediocre,” romantic relationships as “pretty unremarkable” and lifestyle as “unfair.” Sounds depressing, but don’t fear: “…if Pigs can avoid these potentially large pitfalls, they will escape the year relatively unscathed and in great position for next year.” Keep your head up, learn from the tough experiences and find relaxation in the uneventfulness.
Even if 2019 ~traditionally~ won’t be your year, you can still own it and make strides towards your goals. On the flip side, maybe you are a different zodiac animal, in which case you may be luckier now, but what goes around comes around. We’ll all have our good times and we’ll all have our struggles, changing with the seasons.

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