Big ideas and big energy sum up this birthday nicely. You have a sharp eye, diligence, and intense viewpoints — others would be advised to get out of your way once you have a goal in mind. With the Taurus decanate feeding into that headstrong drive, be prepared for people who might want to ride on your coattails. Don't worry, though. That won't last long. The Capricorn intolerance for slothfulness pretty quickly reveals such individuals and drives them away.
Emotionally you are a little reserved. You take your time developing trust. Combined with the restlessness inherent in a birthday number of 5, it can be a long time before you are ready to make any type of commitment to share your mountainside. Once you make that choice, however, it will be a lasting one filled with surprising passion.
The numeric influence of this date also confuses the steady Capricorn temperament. Rather than always looking to the tried and true, you are suddenly struck by whim and fancy. This takes the nearly unshakable Goat qualities and stimulates them in completely startling ways. The good news is that the Five's capacity for quick action blends nicely with Capricorn diligence, and allows you to meet changes with uncanny wit and wisdom.
Gift idea: technological gadgets.
What flowers are associated with January?
The traditional flowers for the month of January are the carnation and the snowdrop. Originating in the Near East, carnations have been cultivated for over 2,000 years. They were popular in Greece as a flower befitting ceremonial crowns. Snowdrops come from central and southern Europe. Also called Eve's tears, they belong to the lily family. In the language of flowers the carnation represents health and affection, and snowdrops signify hope.