I read somewhere that if you put a dime i your left shoe on New Year's Day, you'll have money all year. I put a dime in both just to be sure.
My Granddad always cooked the Christmas pudding and put a sixepence in it...long long after decimal currency came in and we had 5 cents rather than sixpenny pieces he kept a jar of them just for that purpose. The person who got the sixpence was said to have good luck all year.
One of the few superstitions I adhere to is splitting a pole. If I am walking with someone and we walk by any type of pole or post, we have to pass on the same side. I have no clue on the origins of that superstition.