3 Ways to a Lucky New Year

By Jennifer Dubowsky
Jennifer Dubowsky
Jennifer Dubowsky
December 31, 2016 Updated: December 31, 2016

Here are 3 suggestions, if followed will hopefully increase your good fortune in the New Year

1. Edit Your Surroundings –  Look carefully at your surroundings (places that matter to you) examine every corner and rid yourself of old ghosts, outdated clothes and ideas. Make room for good luck.

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Make time to be with those close to you, the people in your life who nourish you, make you laugh and appreciate you. (Cristina Cerda/Unsplash)

2. Spend Time With People Who Matter To You – Make time to be with those close to you, the people in your life who nourish you, make you laugh and appreciate you. It’s a lovely way to begin the year.

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Carrying hurt into the new year benefits no one and prevents other things from happening. (Adrianna Calvo/Pexels)

3. Let Go – Just like you clean your house, clean your mind of old grudges. Carrying hurt into the new year benefits no one and prevents other things from happening.

Best Wishes for 2017!

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Jennifer Dubowsky, LAc, is a licensed acupuncturist with a practice in downtown Chicago, Illinois, since 2002. Dubowsky earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from University of Illinois in Chicago and her Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. During her studies, she completed an internship at the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital in Beijing, China. Dubowsky has researched and written articles on Chinese medicine and has given talks on the topic. She maintains a popular blog about health and Chinese medicine at Acupuncture Blog Chicago. Adventures in Chinese Medicine is her first book. You can find her at www.tcm007.com.