Until the lucky day comes around, do you ever really wonder what is St. Patrick's day? Many people around the world began to celebrate the day after Christianity was introduced to Ireland.  On March 17, 1631, a feast was established in honor of St. Patrick, a patron saint of Ireland. 

After the holiday began to spread, the U.S. came into play around 1762, holding the first-ever St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City. The wearing of green attire was said to bring good luck, therefore the bringing home of soldiers dressed in green was used to help them connect with Irish roots again. The idea of being lucky on Saint Patrick's day was accepted after similar traditions were displayed. Yet, what else can be done to become lucky? 

Four-leaf-clovers were believed to be a charm against evil; each leaf representing love, luck, hope, and faith. Finding one would bring you happiness the rest of the day, while wearing green clothes helped avoid pinching. Burning sage helps burn and remove all the negative energy surrounding you and carrying a cinnamon stick helps flourish your wealth. Finally, though it may sound weird, kissing an Irish person will bring you the best of luck.