Wood Pig

Those born between January 31, 1995 and February 18, 1996 are members of the Wood Pig Chinese Zodiac sign. If you were born before January 31st, please consult the 1994 Chinese Zodiac, which is The Year of the Wood Dog.

Wood

Under the influence of the Wood Element, the Wood Pig displays a special blend of optimism and practicality. While other members of their sign look towards impulsiveness, the Wood Pig prefers a hardworking and realistic approach. When combined with their social intelligence, the Wood Pig uses their diligence to become effective diplomats. The Wood Pig can win over others with their generosity and innate kindness, which explains for their gifts for cooperation and team work. While the Wood Pig has a high value for success and financial stability, their greatest concern is family and comfort.

Career

With a grounded and cheerful nature, the Wood Pig is likely to find success in a variety of careers. The positive attitude of the Wood Pig could be a great fit for people-based careers like social work, teaching, customer service or human resources. Similarly, the artistic passions of the Wood Pig could lead to a more expressive career in art or music. Those born under the Wood Pig sign have known to find success in acting. This can be seen in the developing careers of Sammi Hanratty and Ross Lynch, who were both born in 1995

Warning

The strengths of the Wood Pig are numerous, but the sign also has some challenges. The compassionate and warm-hearted Wood Pig is often to trusting of others, which leads less honest individuals to take advantage of their naivety. Additionally, the Wood Pig can suffer from bouts of irritability and impatience. In these times, the Wood Pig is encouraged to maintain the understanding, as this can revitalize their patience.

Body

The organs of the Wood Pig are the liver and the gall bladder. By reducing their intake of alcohol and harmful, unhealthy substances, the Wood Pig can go far to protect these vital organs.