So you didn’t give up chocolate or intensify your exercise yet… so what? Those all-or-nothing resolutions you made earlier this month had failure written all over them. But don’t beat yourself up—consider it practice for the Chinese New Year on January 28.
Yes, it’s still a time for starting anew, but instead of those lose-weight, spend-less, exercise-more promises that can leave you feeling empty, the Chinese New Year is more about balance and setting a positive tone for the year.
Here, we asked Chinese wellness experts—from doctors to herbalists to acupuncturists—how they’re ringing in the year of the rooster. Lucky for you, ditching chocolate isn’t mentioned once.
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