2021: Year of the Metal Ox

2021-02-11T21:35:14-08:00

Happy Lunar New Year 2021 The Year of the Metal OX!! It’s time once again to celebrate the transition between Chinese zodiac signs. That’s right, the Lunar New Year is here! Many of us in North America often associate Lunar New Year with Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival. It's the most important celebration in China. The festival signals the beginning of spring, and the start of a new year. It's called the Lunar New Year because it marks the first new moon of the luni-solar calendars. This year, China’s New Year will fall on Friday February 12th, 2021. [...]

2021: Year of the Metal Ox2021-02-11T21:35:14-08:00

Year of the Metal Rat 2020

2021-02-11T19:25:24-08:00

Happy Lunar Year of the Metal Rat 2020 Happy lunar year of the metal rat 2020. This is a wonderful and exciting year as the Rat is the first animal within the Chinese Zodiac. Last year we saw the Golden Earth Pig, which marked the end of a complete rotation cycle of the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac. The theme was around cleaning out your closet, and getting through the storm to bask on the beach with your friends. This year we see the beginning of a new 60 year cycle with the year of the metal yang white [...]

Year of the Metal Rat 20202021-02-11T19:25:24-08:00

Year of the Golden Earth Pig 2019

2019-02-21T18:01:36-08:00

Year of the Golden Earth Pig 2019 "get through the storm and bask in the sun on the beach" On February 5, 2019, we say goodbye to the Year of the Earth Dog, and hello to the Year of the Golden Earth Pig! This is a special year as the Golden Pig only comes around every 60 years. It also marks the end of a complete rotation cycle of the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac, and is a time to 'clean out your closet' (Maybe with the help of Netflix 'tidying up' show?).     One of my favorite forecast [...]

Year of the Golden Earth Pig 20192019-02-21T18:01:36-08:00

Happy Year of the Earth Dog! Woof woof 2018!

2018-04-26T23:17:29-07:00

It’s the Year of the Earth Dog 2018….. and this may sound strange, but in Chinese astrology, each of the animals also aligns itself with the five elements (wood, water, earth, fire, metal).

Happy Year of the Earth Dog! Woof woof 2018!2018-04-26T23:17:29-07:00

2017 – Year of the Fire Rooster

2018-04-27T00:15:25-07:00

The Lunar New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated at the turn of the Chinese calendar. Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year’s Eve.

2017 – Year of the Fire Rooster2018-04-27T00:15:25-07:00

Year of the Sheep/Ram

2018-04-27T00:15:57-07:00

appy New Years everyone! As we brought in the New Year with goals of moving forward with our Health, Spirit, and Heart, I wanted to give some background to New Years in Western and Chinese Culture.

Year of the Sheep/Ram2018-04-27T00:15:57-07:00
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