Friday, January 28

Everyday Things You Didn’t Know Are Lucky Charms

Some people believe in lucky charms and they buy lots of them. Otherwise, they pick it up instead. Others might also think of them as for kids and silly.

Lucky charms will affect your attitude either way and most of the time, it can be a lot of fun!

If you’re having fun, you will feel more positive about yourself. Then that attitude will make you luckier.

So if you feel like you’re in for bad luck (or just stress), then check out these popular symbols of luck that may inspire you.

Shells for Lucky and Beautiful Accessory

Shells are without a doubt very beautiful. They also come in all kinds of shapes and even feature bright colors.

They play a leading role in jewelry and accessories. They are known for being a lucky charm for happy travels.

The Famous Four-Leaf Clover

This might be the most famous lucky charms. They are an ancient Irish symbol of luck and believed to help people see fairies which are believed to be a common source of bad luck.

The four leaf clover is also believed to represent faith, hope, love, and luck.

Horseshoe for Funny Lucky Charms

It is also well-known that horseshoes represent luck. It is said that fairies are apparently allergic to iron, which is what horseshoes are made of.

The best thing is that it is a very funny symbol that you can hang on your door or decorate on your house.

Acorns for Protection

It is known in mythology that Odin used an oak tree to gain knowledge. That’s why acorn is said to symbolize wisdom.

It is also believed that acorns can protect home owners from lightning when placed in windows.

Coin for Gifts of Luck

Some say that when you find a penny lying on the ground, you should pick it up because it will bring you luck.

I say that if you ever found a free coin on the ground, you’re already lucky. But pennies are not the only lucky coin charms in the world. In fact, I-Ching coins of chinese culture are also believed to be lucky and given as gifts of luck.

Seven, the Lucky Number

As a kid, it’s only natural to hear someone talking about seven as being the lucky number, but have you ever wondered why that is?

To begin with, it’s a popular belief that due to the fact that 7 can be seen in many places, it is lucky. For example, there are:

7 colors in the rainbow.

7 planets visible to humans.

7 days of the week.

And when we talk about statistics, it is proven that 7 possess the highest probability of winning.

So instead of wearing a necklace with the number “7”, you can use it in your next bet instead!

These are things that you see every day, but I’m sure you will change how you view them the next time you see this things. Make sure to pick it up and hold them for safekeeping! Who knows what will happen if you do so?

If you think this blog post helped you come up with ways to improve your luck, we have more in Charmville!