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How to celebrate the Year of the Horse

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How to celebrate the Year of the Horse

Gun Hei Fat Choi! January 31st, 2014 marks the start of the Chinese New Year -- the Year of the Horse. Those born in the years 1906, 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014 all fall under this zodiac sign. If this is your sign, here's a little more information you might enjoy: The Horse: You're genial, friendly, physically attractive, very social and generally popular because you put people at ease. Not only are you charming, but you're also known as a hard worker. Easily bored, you sometimes act on impulse—usually to the delight of others, because you're a definite crowd-pleaser. Colour: Red Strengths and weaknesses: Your excellent work ethic will pay off in spades but may also make you greedy and selfish. Highly intelligent, deep down that translates as a bit cunning. Compatibility: You are compatible with the Tiger and the Dog but not so much the Ox. Famous Horses: Nelson Mandela, Jennifer Lawrence, Paul McCartney, James Cameron, Sarah Polley, James Dean Be sure to check out the rest of the Chinese zodiac signs, and learn more about who you're compatible with and who you should stay away from. If you're unsure about which sign you're associated with, here are some simple tips to help you figure it out. The Chinese New Year is a wonderful opportunity to clean up and declutter. Feng shui techniques can help you improve the space around you and invite positive energy into your home and life. Here are six simple ways to get started. Learn about more symbolic customs, foods and traditions to help you embrace the New Year. Image courtesy of: ©iStockphoto.com/winhorse
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