Chinese Astrology: 2015 Yi Wei year, meaning Ram Respected by Others.
The Sixty-Year Cycle Chinese Calendar: Earthly Branch Ram and Heavenly Stem Wood.
The 2015 Yi Wei year or the Green Wood Sheep (Ram) year in Chinese astrological traditionally described as "Sheep Respected by Others". Starting from February 19 2015 it is an industrious and honest period with respect and trust towards colleges and friends. Read more about 2015 year:
They live in a realm of emotion and creativity, and aren't always able to be practical when it comes to holding a steady job or managing a budget. Therefore, Ram people do best when partnered with a more practical mate who would benefit from the Ram's sensitive qualities.
Rams love to surround themselves with luxury, like fine fabrics and beautiful decorations. This makes a Ram the ideal person to coordinate your home's decor, but it can be hard on the household finances, because those born under the Chinese sign of the Ram cannot always stop themselves from overspending. If you share a household with a Ram, it is a good idea to set up strict guidelines for spending money for every family member.
People born under the sign of the Ram who are tempered by the element of Wood are more outgoing than the average Ram. According to the Chinese Zodiac, these Wood Rams love to be at the center of a busy group of friends. Obviously the Ram's instinct to nurture is well fulfilled in such a large group, because there is never a lack of drama, nor suffering players who need the Wood Ram to lend a sympathetic ear.
Even more than other Rams, Wood Rams are vulnerable to manipulation. They are so generous with their time and so sympathetic to the plights of others that unscrupulous people may try to use them for their own ends, and the naive Wood Ram will fall for it. Wood Rams may end up spending all of their time and energy of someone with a string of sad stories, even to the neglect of themselves and their own family. It would very much benefit Wood Rams to cultivate the ability to take a step back and evaluate these claims from others, so that they don't burn out taking care of other people who don't really deserve or need it.