Those born between February 16, 1999 and February 4, 2000 are members of the Earth Rabbit Chinese Zodiac sign. If you were born before February 16th, please consult the 1998 Chinese Zodiac, which is The Year of the Earth Tiger.
1999 Chinese Zodiac
With the practical influence of the Earth Element, the Earth Rabbit becomes the most calm and steady of all the Rabbit signs. The Earth Rabbit thrives off of its common sense attitude and as a result, has many worldly/material aspirations. In this sense, the Earth Rabbit exposes itself as a hard worker, determined to reach their desired level of success in life. More so than any of the other Rabbit types, the Earth Rabbit is a shrewd thinker, who is always willing to make the prudent decision. Socially, the Earth Rabbit is willing to help others, but may be less selfless than other members of their sign. Nevertheless, the Earth Rabbit is usually well liked and respected.
Being the most practical and materially interest of the Rabbits, the Earth Rabbit has a variety of career options for success. The Earth Rabbit may have the entrepreneurial spirit and choose to go into business for themselves. Similarly, they can use their understanding and thoughtfulness to find success in business, public relations or advertising. Similarly, if the passions of the Earth Rabbit are in entertainment or fame, they may do well in the world of television or fame. This can be seen in other members of the 1999 Chinese Zodiac, Bailee Madison and Joey King.
The downfall of the Earth Rabbit is a tendency to over think in times of crisis, almost to the point of isolation. When tempted to cut away from the world, the Earth Rabbit is encouraged to minimize their worry and possibly cut down their commitments. It is only by confronting the world and their problems that the Earth Rabbit can reach their full potential for success.
The organ of the Earth Rabbit is the stomach and pancreas. To assist these vital organs, the Earth Rabbit most avoid the temptation to overindulge and instead, focus on a healthy intake and exercise.