Monday, March 15, 2021

Lucky Home Superstitions

 

There are plenty of unlucky superstitions for homes, but there’s rarely any talk of all the lucky ones. If you want to keep your home a place of good fortune, and maybe avoid common issues homeowners face, then we’ve got you covered. Follow this list for some great ways to make your home lucky as we move into the new season.

Mirror Placement

Be careful where you place your mirrors! It is said that mirrors capture energy, so if you have your mirrors facing the outside, they can capture the good energy that comes from nature. This doesn’t always carry over for ones in washrooms or bedrooms, but it’s important to note that you should never have a mirror facing your bed. It’s said to bring bad luck and maybe even cause nightmares.
 

Try a Salt Lamp

These decorative lights have gained much popularity in recent years. They are carved out of pink Himalayan salt and emit a gentle light that’s perfect for bedrooms or living rooms. But, they aren’t just decoration pieces! They are known for their many health benefits, supposedly being able to clean out your home’s air, soothe allergies, boost your mood, and promote better sleep. And what’s luckier than that?

Elephant Decoration

Elephants are said to bring good fortune and protection in many cultures. It’s common for new homeowners to decorate their house with some elephant-themed pieces since having many can go a long way. Not only that, but they help add a little bit of personality to any room.
 

Critters and the Future

Did you know that certain critters you see throughout the day while at home could mean different fortunes? It is said that having a bee in your home represents a fire sometime down the road and that a bird slamming into a window is an omen of bad luck to come. But, one that might be the most interesting, seeing ants in your home represents financial fortune.


While it seems like an interesting concept, we don’t think anyone wants to deal with pesky critters in their home, no matter the kind of luck they’ll bring. Luckily for you, you can call up an exterminator to deal with those ants and still have a financial fortune. Just give us a call to start saving money!
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