“Prosperity depends more on wanting what you have than having what you want.”
– Albert F. Geoffrey –
On Friday, January 31, we will start to feel an energetic shift as we welcome the uplifting, optimistic, and inspiring year of the Wood Horse!
The Chinese New Year starts on the second new moon after the winter solstice and lasts until the following full moon. This 15 day period is a time where families and friends gather, share special traditional meals, and give gifts to symbolize their wishes for a prosperous year ahead. This time also marks the start of spring.