• Chinese New Year 2013: Year of the Snake

Chinese New Year 2013: Year of the Snake

On February 10 we enter the year of the Water Snake.

Noted for their grace, complexity and poise, Snakes are also a symbol of wisdom. It’s this intelligence and ability to solve problems that promises 2013 will be one of steady progress and long-term success.

Although rational, Snakes are highly intuitive, and so the combination of logic and instinct will be an asset particularly in the world of business.

Apart from being hardworking, career-oriented and ambitious Snakes are known for having the Midas touch.

However, shortcuts won’t yield results, only focus and attention to detail. The Snake’s mysterious and sneaky traits can also be used to uncover loopholes.

According to Feng Shui experts we can expect upward trends particularly in industries involving finance, education, media, metals and minerals. On an individual level, most can also hope to improve their current financial situation. All in all, many will emerge from this year stronger, wiser, better off and with a well-deserved pat on the back!

Read on and see what to expect in the year of the Snake....

Photo by Getty. Words: Hedy Damari Feb 4, 2013

Chinese New Year 2013: Year of the Snake

The fascinating world of Chinese astrology offers some fun insights into the year ahead! What's in store for you?