7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

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It’s Friday the 13th for the third time this year. Bad news for those of us with friggatriskaidekaphobia, a fear of this unlucky day which affects more than 60 million people worldwide.

To combat any bad luck that might be lurking, we’ve compiled a list of seven good luck charms to arm yourself with, in the form of beautiful Blurb books.

1.  Feng Shui

fengshui 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

Lori Andrews Interiors, by Lori Andrews

Look up some basic rules of feng shui to bring prosperity into your home.

2.  Four-leaf clovers

fourleafclover 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

luck, by devyn tamblyn

They can be hard to find, but are a guaranteed good luck talisman when you do.

3.  Falling stars

starry sky 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

Star Trail Photography, by Steven W. Walenta

Look for them at night and make a wish.

4.  Dragonflies

dragonflies 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

Dragonflies, by pieceoflace photography

Dragonflies are associated with luck and harmony in China and with happiness in some Native American cultures.

5.  Dragons

dragons 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

The Definitive Book on Dragons, by Rollo Miles

Dragons can breathe fire and fly. Definitely lucky.

6.  Elephants

elephants 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

doli, by Tom Daspit

Because of their longevity, elephants are considered lucky. Keep an elephant figurine near a doorway to boost your own hopes for a long life.

7.  Hang out with someone Irish and hope their luck rubs off on you.

irishman 7 Tips for Luck on Friday the 13th

Casual encounters, by Barry Delaney

So watch out for black cats, ladders and, mirrors. And then take it easy. The next Friday the 13th won’t be for another 14 months, in September 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. I had no idea my book was featured on the blog! How cool! Ok, just needed to get that off my chest!

      January 30, 2013 – 6:06 am   Permalink
  2. Hey Tommy,

    Absolutely! Great book!

    Kent

    By Kent
      January 30, 2013 – 3:38 pm   Permalink

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