MANILA, PHILIPPINES – FEBRUARY 09: A neon sign depicting an Ox is seen at a mall on February 9, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. The Chinese diaspora of Southeast Asia is celebrating a somewhat subdued Lunar New Year, as Covid-19 restrictions cut into what is traditionally a time for people to meet their relatives and take part in celebrations with extended families. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)
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If you’re reading this, you made it through the year 2020.
But, in the terms of Eastern astrology, you’ve also survived the Year of the Metal Rat, and you’re looking toward the Lunar New Year (known as Tet in Vietnam) on Feb. 12, when the new Year of the Metal Ox begins.
Here’s the good news: “It will be better than the previous year, but it’s definitely not going to be perfect,” says Viviana Estrada, a life coach, energy healer and practitioner of Chinese…