As I happen to be in Switzerland at the moment, I thought I should look up Swiss good luck charms. At first it was a little difficult finding anything online, but I finally found one that has no source and it a bit quirky. Apparently the Swiss believe it is good luck to let a drop of cream hit the floor on New Year’s Day. I know, oddly specific and a bit messy, but that’s all I could find.
Today’s infographic touches on some more believable and common good luck charms across the globe like the Nazar, from Turkey. The Nazar is an eye-shaped object that is said to detract any bad energy that it comes in contact with. The Nazar is seen as a symbol that brings a lot of good luck.
The idea of luckiness has been around for hundreds of years. Is today your lucky day?