Articles about year
Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.
Traditional wedding gifts go by year until the 20th anniversary then it starts going by every 5 years. Modern wedding gifts go by year until the 25th year at which time they start going every 5 years also. Traditional gifts are generally materials, occasionally gems and precious metals....
Chinese New Year 2012 is an official holiday in many countries, particularly in Asia. China, Taiwan and Singapore Chinese New Years are all officially holidays. Learn about traditional Chinese culture Chinese New Year traditions such as the red envelope on Chinese Lunar New Year 2012
New Years Resolutions â€“ Achieving Goals The thought of the upcoming New Year is the time of year that many people vow to make great changes in their life by creating New Years Resolutions such as getting a new and better job, eliminating bad habits, getting...
Chinese New Year 2013 is the Year of the Snake, ushering out 2012, the Year of the Dragon. Chinese New Year, also called Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar and the longest. It begins on the day of the new moon - the first day of the first month of the lunar year according to the Chinese calendar and ends on the full moon 15 days later culminating in a traditional Lantern Festival.
The article looks at Astrology Signs Symbols of the Zodiac. Animal Zodiac symbols are discussed as well as planetary aspects of astrology. A selection of images of Zodiac postage stamps from Canada is previewed as well as an examination of Chinese Zodiac years and the associated animal 12 year cycle.
The year of the horse is nigh over, and the year of the monkey is right on the cusp. Monkeys are considered witty and intelligent with magnetic personalities, so 2016 is shaping up to be a bang up year. However, outside a few sparsely placed Chinatowns, the Chinese New Year doesn't mean too terribly much in the western world. Aside from the half-month-long holiday, the Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) isn't much of a big deal for the Chinese either outside of obligatory tradition. China, being the increasingly business oriented country that it is, has long since switched over to the Gregorian calendar, but regardless, the New Year does offer up a chance to relax from work or school and spend time with family before another non-stop, action-packed year of working hard.
Making lifestyle changes in the New Year is something we all intend doing when we make our New Year resolutions. I make the same resolutions every New Year, just the same as most people do. This year will be differentâ€¦Really. Everyone likes...
Inspiration New Year's Quotes can help you keep your annual New Years Resolutions.
Can't find any interesting New Years Eve trivia questions? Here ten with the answers and some interesting additional information. The last is actually a puzzle for you to ponder while you wait for the ball to drop.
Examine why previous New Years Resolutions may have failed and set yourself up for success in the future.
Is it worth trading in your old car for a new, more fuel efficient, model? The answer may surprise you.
Every year the best toys for Christmas presents change dramatically. This year the top toys for Christmas 2010 collection is more eclectic than ever before. A lot of this is due to changing technologies and a lot of it has to do with a long economic recession that has...
While you are better off planning for retirement in your 30s, the good news is that it is never too late to help yourself. Even if you only have a few years left before you reach retirement age, there are still some things that you can do to help yourself even if you have not planned or saved properly till now.