The goat is an elegant, honest, and genuine sign. They are considered to be the most artistic and imaginative sign of the Zodiac and a true friend to all they meet. Those born in the 2015 year of the Chinese Zodiac, also known as the wood goat, are no exception. However, the wood goat may struggle with deeper emotional problems than other goat signs. Here, we will delve into the 2015 wood goat to give you an overview of their personality, career, and love life in the future.
The 2015 Year of the Chinese Zodiac Wood Goat Overview
- Lucky numbers: 2 and 7
- Colors: red and brown
- Element: Wood
- Past goat years: 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, and 2015
- Next sheep year: 2027
The wood goat is a kind, compassionate, and gentle sign. They are loved by the wide variety of friends they have and would do anything for those they care for. They’re also charitable, big-hearted and are always willing to help a stranger. Because of their kindness and gentle heart, they are natural mother-figures and are great with children.
On the other hand, the wood goat has the tendency to be a push-over and give in to other demands, even when it is not in their best interest. A tendency to to overthink can prevent them from being outgoing when it comes to following their dreams. Ultimately, the wood goat will need to work on being more optimistic and happy about opportunities in their life. Otherwise, they may never lead a life they love.
If you are a wood goat of another year, you can also check out our article, “1955 Chinese Zodiac Wood-Sheep Overview” for alternative information.
Wood Goat Careers
- Best career: Nurse, care-taker, artist
Next, when it comes to the best jobs for wood goats, they can find themselves to be the happiest when expressing themselves through the arts or helping others. The wood goat naturally has a taste for the finer things in life and tends to see everything with an artistic eye. They have a love of all of the arts and are highly intelligent, which would make them excellent musicians, artists, or writers.
However, the wood goat is also a natural at helping people and finds satisfaction in caring for others. Because of this trait, they would excel greatly at a job as a doctor, nurse, teacher, or caregiver. Regardless of what the goat decides to do, they will always give their all in every situation and be a team player.
Alternatiely, if these traits don’t match up with you, you may be born under a different elemental sign. Check out our article, “1991 Year of the Chinese Zodiac Sheep/Goat Chart Overview,” for additional information.
The Wood Goat in Love
- Most compatible match: Rabbit, horse, or pig
- Least compatible match: Ox, rat, or dog
And lastly, when it comes to their love life, the wood goat is emotional, deep, and passionate. They will give their all to their partner, with little concern for their own well-being. The wood goat is very forward with their emotions and thrives on deeper discussions. They pity small talk and want to know all of what makes you, you. They will never be afraid to share their feelings on any matter.
Because the wood goat is highly sensitive, arguments in a relationship can truly make or break them. When an argument is left in the open and unsolved, the wood goat will think the worst and drive themselves mad doing so. This could result in a lot of unnecessary stress, anxiety, depression, and worry. Ultimately, if you have a wood goat in your life, don’t ever leave them hanging on an emotional hook.
In conclusion, the 2015 year of the Chinese Zodiac is strong, capable, and kind. Although they may struggle with their emotions and limitations they set for themselves, with time, they can learn to overcome this and become stronger than ever. However, one thing is for sure; the wood goat is a treasure of the Zodiac and one you should never let go unnoticed.
If you’re looking for more information on the wood goat, be sure to check out the article, “2015 Chinese Zodiac: Wood Goat Year – Personality Traits” for a more in-depth look.