There are two types of people in Singapore: one thinks that Chinese New Year is too overrated while the other believes that Chinese New Year isn’t just a public holiday, but a period that will determine how the rest of your year is going to be like.
If you belong to the latter, good for you: you’re the captain of your own life.
If you belong to the former, well, it’s goody to have a little faith to push yourself, and so here are the dates to start work after Chinese New Year 2020 for a huat year of the Rat based on your Chinese Zodiac sign.
The Lucky Dates to Start Work After CNY & What to Do If You Can’t Take Off
Now, before you decide to cast everything here in stone, here’s a not-so-shocking revelation: different fengshui masters provide different dates, but the gist of it is this:
The best date to start work is on 28 January 2020 at 8:30am for all Zodiac signs except Rat.
That’s some goody news out that because that’s also when most people would start work if they didn’t apply any leave or off.
But what if you’re born in the year of the Rat?
The you can choose to start work on 26 January 2020 or 29 January 2020.
For some reason, 27 January 2020 (Monday) doesn’t seem to be a goody day to start work.
I Not Boss So Cannot Anyhowly Decide When to Start Work!
Yes, I understand your pain.
The first solution is to stop believing that animals can decide your fate for the entire year and finally take full responsibility of your life.
If not, here’s another way: note down what’s your most important task at work.
For example, I’m a writer so my main task is to write. But oftentimes, I do many other things at work, like bringing coffee to my boss, helping my boss cut his nails, putting staple bullets on my boss’ chair and putting chilli into my boss’ coffee.
If I can’t start work on 28 January 2020 at 8:30am, I can simply write something on that exact time. That would have considered “start work” as well; if I’m too tired, I can just write one word and consider it work done.
Yeah, you didn’t expect a black hat trick against fate, did you?
But of course, do remember: your fate is in your own hands.
Reader Bao: You don’t CB, the reason why I click into this article is because I like my fate to be determined by animals
Okay, if so, here’s a graphic that might come in handy:
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