Starting Work after the Chinese New Year Holidays (2021)

Auspicious start dates will never be the same again. At least for those who work from home. This is one practice that will change the way we observe its applications and efficacy. Choosing an auspicious date to start work after the Chinese New Year celebrations is a traditional belief that supposedly brings about positive results for the person observing them for the rest of the year.



Much consideration is given to the day's energies, that itself is not a breaker day and such that it does not clash against the person observing it.


These are the auspicious dates to start work after the Chinese New Year holidays.



15 Feb Stable Day Monday between 1pm and 3pm (clashes and unsuitable for Rats)

18 Feb Danger Day Thursday between 11am and 1pm (clashes and unsuitable for Rabbits)

19 Feb Success Day Friday between 9am and 11am (clashes and unsuitable for Dragons)

23 Feb Establish Day Tuesday between 9am and 11am (clashes and unsuitable for Monkeys)


However, with the ongoing pandemic and encouragement of working from home arrangements, majority of office workers may not be heading back to the office just as yet. Whether you are starting work from home or heading back to office, these are the simple steps to fuflil the act.


WORKING FROM HOME


1.FOLLOW SPECIFIC DATE & TIME

2.DRESS UP

3.CLEAR A WORKSPACE

4. HAVE A COFFEE OR TEA WITH NEW YEAR GOODIES

5.MAKE A BUSINESS CALL

6.SEND OUT A BUSINESS PROPOSAL VIA EMAIL

7.MAKE A ZOOM CALL


GOING BACK TO OFFICE


1.FOLLOW SPECIFIC DATE & TIME

2.PUT UP A FRESH PLANT OR FLOWERS | PAIR OF ORANGES

3.PUT ON SOME BACKGROUND MUSIC

4. HAVE A COFFEE OR TEA WITH NEW YEAR GOODIES

5.MAKE A BUSINESS CALL

6.MAKE A ZOOM CALL

7.SEND OUT A BUSINESS PROPOSAL VIA EMAIL

8.FIX A BUSINESS LUNCH OR MEETING



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