Lucky People Share Seven Habits By Luckologist Ric Wallace

it is my belief that people who consider themselves to be consistently lucky all share certain habits or characteristics to varying degrees. It’s their persistent practice of these habits that makes them attract good luck in many areas of their lives. See how many of these habits are common to you.

Lucky People…

1) Don’t take life too seriously.

Lucky people often have a great sense of humor and even laugh at their own silly mistakes of the past. They also do not live in the past. Life is for the present, with an eye to the future. For every challenge we face there’s usually something good right around the corner.

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21 Lucky Lottery Tips

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2) Create their own luck & don’t simply wait for LUCK to happen.

Lucky people do not collect dust; they’re proactive in moving forward and creating wealth, success, etc. They are not usually number crunchers and not really concerned with odds. They create their own luck through attitude, dreams, and belief.

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3) Notice & take advantage of opportunities that come their way.

Where some people see only problems, lucky people see opportunities. Lucky people can see beyond what others can, in turn seeing the larger picture. They are usually adept at avoiding scams. They almost have a sort of sixth sense and are able to read people.

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4) Set and reach goals, and make affirmations.

Lucky people are like world travelers: They have their destinations, visas, plane tickets, passports, etc, and they get where they want to go. They do this by setting goals, focusing, planning, and making positive affirmations. Lucky people get things done and do not procrastinate.The LOTTO Dream eBook - FREE DOWNLOAD

5) Know how to turn lemons into lemonade.

Lucky people are masters at turning negative things into positive things.
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6) Filter out what they don’t need to focus on what they do need.

Lucky people magnetically attract what they need (money, people, ideas, etc).
They can multitask and filter out life’s hindrances: negative people, distractions, and anything else they don’t need.



7) Remain optimistic & persistent even in the face of negativity.

Lucky people always see the glass as half full to overflowing. They turn lemons into lemonade; they notice when a course correction is required; and they often adopt the “dumb dog” principle – not knowing when to quit!

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Friday the 13th ~ The fear of Friday the 13th is called paraskavedekatriaphobia

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Friday the 13th – the unlucky day
The fear of Friday the 13th is called paraskavedekatriaphobia, a word derived from the concatenation of the Greek words ‘Paraskeví’ (Friday), and ‘dekatreís’ (thirteen). This is a specialized form of triskaidekaphobia, a fear of the number thirteen, and is also known as friggatriskaidekaphobia. Some other links:

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There is a very good chance you will live to see many more Friday the 13ths.

Friday, April 13th, 2018

  1. Friday, April 13th, 2018
  2. Friday, July 13th, 2018
  3. Friday, September 13th, 2019
  4. Friday, December 13th, 2019
  5. Friday, March 13th, 2020
  6. Friday, November 13th, 2020
  7. Friday, August 13th, 2021
  8. Friday, May 13th, 2022
  9. Friday, January 13th, 2023
  10. Friday, October 13th, 2023
  11. Friday, September 13th, 2024
  12. Friday, December 13th, 2024
  13. Friday, June 13th, 2025
  14. Friday, February 13th, 2026
  15. Friday, March 13th, 2026
  16. Friday, November 13th, 2026
  17. Friday, August 13th, 2027
  18. Friday, October 13th, 2028
  19. Friday, April 13th, 2029
  20. Friday, July 13th, 2029
  21. Friday, September 13th, 2030
  22. Friday, December 13th, 2030
  23. Friday, June 13th, 2031
  24. Friday, February 13th, 2032
  25. Friday, August 13th, 2032
  26. Friday, May 13th, 2033
  27. Friday, January 13th, 2034
  28. Friday, October 13th, 2034
  29. Friday, April 13th, 2035
  30. Friday, July 13th, 2035
  31. Friday, June 13th, 2036
  32. Friday, February 13th, 2037
  33. Friday, March 13th, 2037
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Friday the 13th – Bad Luck or Good Luck? It could depend on where you live. Generally in the USA or Canada people people freak out and think bad things will happen. Some people will even go as far as calling in sick and not even leaving their house. Mexican people consider Friday the 13th to be VERY LUCKY as these days are rare. People’s beliefs are what really creates the good or bad outcomes. I have listed below some news stories worth reading.

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$135 all taxes included
8″x 8″ acid-free matted print of Edgar Allen Crow in a 14″ x 14″ black MDF frame (BELOW)
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Come to White Rock Beach, BC April 1, 2018 for the Annual Counting & Instagramming of the CROWS

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It will be a fun day at White Rock Beach the first day of April 2018.  We are looking at having a monthly day for Instagramming of the CROWS. Check CrowART.ca for details.

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The 3 Amigos of the West BeachEdgar Allen Crow, Victoria, EJ (Edgar Junior – born 2017).

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8″x 8″ acid-free matted print of Edgar Allen Crow in a 12.25″ x 12.25″ black aluminum frame  (ABOVE)
$135 all taxes included
8″x 8″ acid-free matted print of Edgar Allen Crow in a 14″ x 14″ black MDF frame (BELOW)
$125 all taxes included

Just the 8"x 8" print – $19 all taxes included.

Both of these ready-to-hang framed prints are in stock and ready to purchase from

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8″x 8″ acid-free matted print of Edgar Allen Crow in a 14″ x 14″ black MDF frame (ABOVE)
$125 all taxes included
Just the 8"x 8" print – $19 all taxes included.

This ready-to-hang framed print is in stock and ready to purchase from