Find a penny, pick it up, all day long you’ll have good luck.
May 23 is Lucky Penny Day, so pick up all the copper coins you can find, Abe-side up of course!
I know they’re only one cent each, but if you’re thinking saving pennies has little use, you’d be wrong. Yes, it might take what seems like forever to make a difference in a savings account, but I’ve adopted the mindset that every little bit helps.
As Kyle Taylor, The Penny Hoarder’s CEO, says, “Take care of the pennies, and the dollars will take care of themselves.”
But there are tons of uses for a penny beyond letting its tiny power gain strength in your bank account. In honor of this wacky holiday, I’m sharing some alternative uses for our favorite little coin.
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Now, there are a bunch of practical uses for a penny.
It’s never to early to teach your children about money. Teach them to count -- and introduce them to the basics of money -- with pennies.
You could use a penny in place of a slot-head screwdriver or to measure the tread in your car’s tire.
Fun fact: if you line up 16 pennies in a row, you can create a makeshift 12-inch ruler.
You can also glue a coin or two to the bottom of a chair leg to stabilize a wobbly chair.
But those are all slightly boring.
If you really want to jazz things up, consider all the DIY crafts you can make with a penny -- or 13,000. Polish off your pennies and your DIY skills and check out these seven projects.
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