How to keep money in your wallet to them there became more and more

Einstein was asked why he had a horseshoe on the door if he does not believe in omens.
“The fact that the signs of true regardless of whether I believe in them or not.”

There are some things that work. It is not clear how, but they work … Here I want to share. This only applies to cash because of the money on the card its turnover.

Rule one. After receiving the money – the full amount of wear home. Do not waste them on the road. If you are going to shop, take home the right amount, or use the card. New money should spend the night at home with your other money where you normally keep them.

Second Rule. Money in your wallet should be based on face-to you in order of decreasing cash-esteem, so that when you open the purse large were closer to the body, facing you. And do not put the bill upside down. You also unpleasant if you are upside down. So it is unpleasant.

A couple of years ago, when I learned this rule, I immediately all oriented the bill to his face. On the understanding … and the money disappeared altogether! It has long completed projects for some reason were not paid, and all debtors hiding. He made the reorientation, and surprisingly, suddenly, all at once I found the money to return the debt!

Each person has his lucky dollar! And the ruble too …

The last two digits in the bill must correspond to the last two digits of the year of your birth. Three – even better. And ideally – all four. But find it difficult. This bill – your invaluable personal cash mascot. She did not spend and do not give anyone in his hands. But there is a condition. It has to come to you myself. Share with friends, and look specifically (if you are a cashier) – you can not!

That’s me – came the next day, and up to three digits. And my friend came almost a year later and with only two digits.

And the last. Money can not be kept in bundles with an odd number of notes. They quarrel and disperse. Everyone should have a pair. 50, too, is impossible: “Five dozen – lack.” About our grandfathers knew. ”


Source: Uduba