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September 13th

What a curious day is September the 13th!


"Defy Superstition Day observed on September 13 in the USA

Defy Superstition Day is your opportunity to break those superstitious beliefs that you have been living with most, or all, of your life.

Defy Superstition Day is a September 13 holiday for a reason. It defies the superstition around the number 13 being unlucky.

Many people have a long list of superstitions and in the top of the list is the unlucky number 13.

Black cats are also an object to be wary of. Walking under a ladder has always been viewed as something to avoid (actually, there is some logic to this superstition). The list goes on and on...and on...

Did you Know? Hotels do not have a 13th floor or a room #13?!

Hotels usually do not have any room that ends in #13. It’s all because people are superstitious about this number.

Defy Superstition Day was created to help you to eliminate superstitions that have been haunting you. Use today as it is intended……. to blow away the superstitions in your life."

Ways to Celebrate Defy Superstition Day:

Walk under a ladder.
Let a black cat walk across your path.
Buy a black cat for a pet.
Walk on a crack.
Use the number 13 when purchasing a lottery ticket.
Use the number 13 at the casino.
Throw away your rabbit’s foot.
Stop your habit of knocking on wood.
Break a mirror.
Open an umbrella indoors.
Put a hat on your bed.
Toss your four-leaf clover



As a contrast, this day is also Fortune Cookie Day!

"Always on September 13 This day celebrates the creation of the Fortune Cookie. What a great cookie. A little slip of paper inside of it brings you good luck, a whimsical saying, or a philosophical thought. (we favour good luck...we can use all we can get).

It's pretty clear that the Fortune Cookie did not originate in China - rather, it was invented in California! Although there appears to be some uncertainty over who invented it. Some historical references suggest it was Makoto Hagiwara who invented the fortune cookie at the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco in 1914. Others believe that David Jung, founder of the Hong Kong Noodle Company, was the first to make fortune cookies in Los Angeles in the 1920s"

To celebrate this day, go grab a handful of fortune cookies. Or, get your fill online. Online cookies are no calories, no carbs, lactose and gluten free!

And last, but by no means least, today is also Positive Thinking Day

A day all about attitude…. a positive attitude.

It’s a lot like the ant when faced with moving a rubber tree plant thought “I think I can”. With that in mind, I just know that everything will go fine from this day forward. The power of positive thinking is absolutely astounding.

Medical research confirms that a positive attitude works wonders at fighting disease and ailments, from the common cold to cancer.

People with an “I think I can” attitude, are far more likely to succeed at work, and in accomplishing every goal they set in life.

Today’s Quote: "Have a Happy Positive Thinking Day!"

We just know you’re going to have a spectacular day.

Ways to Celebrate Positive Thinking Day

Have a “Can-Do" attitude.
Just do it!
Realise that success is within your reach if you reach for it.
Be an optimist, not a pessimist.
Think of the glass as half full, not half empty."

Whether it's in the name of defying the "I'll never win" superstition, a Fortune Cookie told you a pleasant surprise is coming OR simply for Pure Positivity; make sure to enter our Monthly GIVEAWAY!

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