Author Archives: Josephine

About Josephine

My friends call me Jo. I am a blogger, a Chinese Metaphysics' consultant, a lifelong learner and now founder of What I like besides being passionate about BaZiChic? I luv travelling. Some point in my life, I’m going to drop everything and just go to places so I can keep the sweet memories of “Been there, done that”. A simple girl like me will usually go to see a movie or two on my free time. Besides this I like to collect books and occasionally I’m a foodie who love dark chocolate.

Make A Wish Tonight For A Fabulous 2014

Share Hope the message catch you on the right time! For tonight! You may want to starts your New Year with some positive wishes, setting of goals and New Year’s Resolution. 1st of January 2014 is an ‘Excellent Day’ with … Continue reading

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2014 At A Glance

Share Merry Christmas, everyone! By the time you saw this, I’ll be away for a short holiday. Don’t worry I have schedule some posts on my blog and Facebook for you to read before I go off. This article is … Continue reading

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Your Goals differ from your Wishes

Share What is the different between setting ‘goals’ and making ‘wishes’? From my own experiences, I have higher chances of getting my goals coming true than my wishes, no matter how unplanned and short notices the goal I put up. … Continue reading

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BaZiChic Feng Shui & Chinese Astrology Digital Magazine Campaign

Share Great day girls and boys, BaziChic is pampering you with a chance to win BaziChic’s cash vouchers and special prizes. Here are how you can win some of the great prizes for yourself: Purchase 1 year subscription of BaziChic … Continue reading

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Boss Vs Leader

Share There seems to be a lot of debate how a boss should be nowadays. Boss or leader can be represented by Direct Officer and Seven Killings stars in Bazi. Which one is the leader or the crappy boss? Actually, … Continue reading

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