How To Get Lucky This Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is fast approaching and I guess everyone is thinking what things to do to get lucky this year. I was thinking to only buy a Tikoy on Monday but when I watched TV tonight, one news program featured of what things to prepare on the table and what else to do to ensure a lot of good luck this coming Chinese New Year.

Now here are some points to sweep away those bad luck and welcoming the good fortune:

Make a thorough cleaning of your refrigerator and freezer- Take out the ancient iffy things such as the almost expired medicine syrup or the forgotten milk and butter and replace all the water from the container or jar which is half-full. Clean it thoroughly and defrost the freezer.

Take all the unnecessary things that covered in your refrigerator door- This are to create a clean slate. So take out all the decorations, notes or reminders, magnets and the like. It could only not swiping away those papers but it could also lighten up your feeling when you try to open the door of your refrigerator without those messy things in the cover.

Clean your stove and stovetop make the burner shiny and if that won’t work out anymore because it has never been replace for a decade then maybe this is the time to replace it to get the new good looking.

Get out a broom and sweep the kitchen and then from the kitchen to the nearest door- This could help you put away all the bad luck during the past years and bring in the new lots of lucks this new year. And don’t sweep and hide the broom inside the closet that no one could ever see during the celebration of the New Year, in that way all the money fortune along with the New Year’s would stay inside the house.

Make sure to buy foods to fill in the refrigerator – The refrigerator should not be left empty so do a grocery shop two days before the New Year so your fridge will be filled with bounty.

Buy nine perfectly circle orange and put them in a bowl then serve it in New year’s, nuts and other circle fruits could do too. This is a symbol of abundance through out the year.

Kung Hei Fat Chui to all of you and may we live in prosperity and abundant life, even the economy crisis seems to kicking in this year yet always remember that there is no and nothing else could be as powerful than prayer.

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4 Responses to “How To Get Lucky This Chinese New Year”

  1. Hazelicious929 says:

    wow Anne, you are getting ready na talaga sa Chinese New year, invite ko ha hehehe

  2. Gee says:

    Happy New Year! Mabuhay ang bagong kasal..hehe

  3. anne says:

    hehehe palit ra ko ug tikoy haze hehehe sure invite ta ka kaon ta tikoy lol

  4. anne says:

    hahahaha salamat grace

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