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New Year’s traditions and superstitions

by The 100 Companies

Many New Year’s traditions around the world involve food or noises. But many are also related to your actions on New Year’s Eve or Day.

– Kissing someone you love at midnight is thought to continue that sentiment for the year ahead.
– Stock up on groceries before midnight. Beginning the new year with empty cupboards is considered bad luck, signaling poverty and hardship.
– Keeping cash in your wallet promotes a financially successful year. Don’t set a precedent for the year by loaning money or having unpaid debts.
– Don’t sweep or wash away luck by cleaning or doing laundry New Year’s Day.

Laura Cubbage, 360 Media, Inc.

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