Looking for an auspicious date to return back to work after the CNY holidays? Look no further, for we have compiled some info that you may use to your advantage!
28 January 2020 (Tuesday) Day 4 of CNY
The best time to start work is between 9am to 11am. However, those born in the year of the Rat should avoid starting work in this day as this day is a ‘personal clash’ day for Rats.
30 January 2020 (Wednesday) Day 5 of CNY
Everyone else can choose to return to work, except those born in the year of the Tiger. Tigers, please choose another day to start work.
31 January 2020 (Friday) Day 7 of CNY
Those who wish to return to work today should start work between 7am to 11am, but those born in the year of the Rabbits take note! This is not an auspicious day for you, so you should start work on another day.
2 February 2020 (Sunday) Day 9 of CNY
Sunday might not be a popular day to start work for most people, and for Snakes, it is most definitely not an auspiscious day to return to work.
5 February 2020 (Wednesday) Day 12 of CNY
This is also an auspicious day to return to work, but for those born in the year of the Monkey, please start work on another day to avoid ‘Personal Clash’ day.
6 February 2020 (Thursday) Day 13 of CNY
Those born in the year of the Rooster, please return to work on other days, as this day is not considered an auspicious day for you to do so.
Info sourced from penangfengshui.blogspot.com and fengshuiunzip.com.