Success in the Year of the Ox

by Daniel Maxwell – Feb 11th, 2021

2020 was a difficult year, and nearly everyone is happy to put the Year of the Rat behind them. There are high expectations that 2021 will be a better year for us all. In Chinese astrology, 2021 is the Year of the Ox, and according to Chinese beliefs this will be a good year for some, but a difficult year for others. For success in the year of the Ox, check out our top tips from leading astrologists and ensure you have a fortuitous 2021.

2021, Year of Ox

Characteristics of the Ox

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Ox is known for strength, determination, diligence and dependability. The Ox is considered hard working, reliable, patient and predictable. If you are looking to succeed in business, work, relationships or love, you’ll need to adopt some of these characteristics.

2021, Lucky for Some!

2021, the Year of the Ox will be an auspicious year for individuals born Monkey, Dog, Horse or Tiger. However, if you were born in the year of  Rabbit, Goat or Ox, then 2021 is unlikely to be any better than 2020. The best advice for these individuals is to tread cautiously and be patient. You’ll need to work extra hard for success in this year.

“Don’t try anything that you are not confident in. The best hedge you can have against bad luck is to improve your skills, so pay attention to self-improvement, upskilling or retraining yourself,”

Mark Tan, chief executive officer of the Way Fengshui Group
Year of the Ox will bring success for some

Health and Well Being in Year of Ox

The Ox is hardworking, so remaining healthy and strong for 2021 is essential. If your local gym is open, now is a great time to sign up. Otherwise, adopt a workout routine which helps build strength and stamina. For well being, it is very important to get enough sleep during the year ahead.

“The Ox is an animal of strength, but its strength comes from working hard in the field. To stay healthy and strong, the Ox has to work out regularly to strengthen the muscles,”

Jupiter Lai, professional astrologer and feng shui master

Education and Employment

To have success in education and employment, hard work and diligence is going to be essential during the year of the ox.

The best advice for the year ahead is spend some time on personal and professional development. If there is a skill that you’ve been planning to learn, or master, this is the year to do so. The hard work you invest during Year of the Ox, will bring bountiful rewards in the future.

So whether it is improving your writing skills, developing your tech abilities, learning to code, taking a cooking course or learning a new language, now is the time to start!

Success in Business and Finance

After the global economic disruption of 2020, caution is advised for anyone looking for success in business and finance during the Year of the Ox. You’ll need to be careful and prepared before starting any new ventures or investments. 2021 is not a year for taking big risks.

As 2020 reminded us all, financial planning does not always go as planned. If you are to succeed in investing you need to keep focussed on the long term. Save regularly, save sensibly and building wealth slowly – with the determination of an ox!

“To be financially successful in 2021, the best advice is to invest like a Ox.”

Relationships and Love

In contrast to the nature of the Ox, the year 2021 looks set to be a year of surprises and upheavals in love and relationships. Last year was difficult for many, but unfortunately 2021 may not be so different, especially when it comes to relationships.

In love and relationships, the Year of the Ox will be the year of change, quick decisions, unexpected adventures and passionate love affairs. Perhaps unsurprisingly, 2021 is the Year of the Ox and is also predicted to be the year of break-ups.

“It could bring a lot of misunderstanding and miscommunication, especially in couples,”

Marites Allen, dubbed to be the ‘Queen of Feng Shui’.

Happy Lunar New Year – 牛年大吉

Best wishes for the Year of the Ox from all the team at Domino Chinese, and we hope the advice above helps you have a happy and furious 2021!