Chinese New Year (or generally referred to as Lunar New Year) is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. This is the time when good fortune, abundance, and prosperity are on everyone’s mind.
Here are 5 tips to increase your luck, fortune, and good health
New Things, New Energy
New year, new you. While it might be a cliche, it is the mantra to adopt when it comes to Chinese New Year. Preparing for celebrations includes getting new attires, getting a haircut, replace faulty items at home, renew broken stuff, etc. All these signify entering the new year with a fresh new outlook and leaving behind last year’s luck behind.
While it is nice to get into the festive season with red, yellow, and gold decorations around the home and office, don’t forget to include some color into your wardrobe! The more colors, the better. The reason for this intentional injection of color is to attract luck and positive energy.
Decorations For Your Home
Welcome the new year with Chinese New Year floral arrangement as the centerpiece that adds on to the festive atmosphere. Brighten up your space with unique arrangements of Chinese New Year plants – an assortment of lucky bamboo, kalanchoe, orchid, silk peach blossom flowers, pussy willow, chrysalidocarpus lut with choice of table fountains.
Be Happy & Cheerful
Emotions can quickly get in the way during the festive season. CNY is all about enjoying the celebration and the company of those around you. Remember to keep your emotions in check. No outbursts, no screaming, arguing, bad mood, and no negative words to be expressed during the season. Superstition has it that starting Lunar New Year on a joyous and happy note will set the tone for the rest of the year.
Gifts and thoughtful tokens are exchanged between families, friends, and business associates. Children will receive red packets with money while the adults will bring Chinese New Year hampers and gifts. View the range of FarEastFlora’s hampers for this special festive season – filled with sweet treats, mandarin oranges, gourmet food, local delicacies, and more. Every year, the team curates the best assortment of gifts for these festive hampers.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year in style and usher in prosperity, wealth and good health for the coming year!