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The Year of the Tiger: Happy Lunar New Year!

Tteokguk, a Korean soup eaten on Seollal, Korea's Lunar New Year

Happy Lunar New Year! Here's to a healthy, wealthy, and happy year ahead. I'm excited for the opportunity to set more focused intentions for the upcoming year, in addition to the ones I wrote down on December 31. If you're curious about how Asians in the U.S. and around the world celebrate Lunar New Year, check out my new article in Good Housekeeping: "Popular Lunar New Year Traditions Around the World."

Be sure to visit Good Housekeeping's Instagram page for a special story about the Year of the Tiger. Have a bowl of Tteokguk, Korean New Year's soup (you can order it from your local Korean restaurant or make it yourself), write down your goals for the new era, and shower yourself in positive vibes.

"Popular Lunar New Year Traditions Around the World."Good Housekeeping. February 1, 2022.

Thanks for reading!

As always,

Mom PhD


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