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Happy New Year! Today we talk about New Year’s Superstitions & Resolutions! Enjoy!
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New Year’s Superstitions!
What you do the first hour of the New Year will be what you do most of the year.
If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year.
Changing your undershirt or underwear on New Year’s Day can cause boils.
It is believed that babies born on New Year are extremely fortunate and lucky. It is said that babies born on the first day of the New Year will have good luck in their life and bring good luck to the family they are born in.
We kiss those dearest to us at midnight not only to share a moment of celebration with our favorite people, but also to ensure those affections and ties will continue throughout the next twelve months. To fail to smooch our significant others at the stroke of twelve would be to set the stage for a year of coldness.
Make sure to do — and be successful at — something related to your work on the first day of the year, even if you don’t go near your place of employment that day. Limit your activity to a token amount, though, because to engage in a serious work project on that day is very unlucky.
At midnight, all the doors of a house must be opened to let the old year escape unimpeded. He must leave before the New Year can come in, says popular wisdom, so doors are flung open to assist him in finding his way out.
According to widespread superstition, evil spirits and the Devil himself hate loud noise. We celebrate by making as much of a din as possible not just as an expression of joy at having a new year at our disposal, but also to make sure Old Scratch and his minions don’t stick around. (Church bells are rung on a couple’s wedding day for the same reason.)
12 New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Actually Be Able to Stick to!
Make the coming year your best one yet.
We’re creeping ever closer to 2019, which can only mean one thing: It’s New Year’s resolution time. Though most of us start off the new year with the best of intentions — be it to get healthy, put our finances in order, or finally learn how to play the guitar — most of our resolutions end up being massive failures. In fact, a whopping 80 percent of resolutionsfail by the second week of February. But, there are ways to make your resolutions work. We’ve rounded up 10 common resolutions people make that may be setting them up for failure — along with the 10 you should be focusing on instead.
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