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Hey my Lovelies,
I’m back with my second post for 2020!
Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been drawn to the idea of keeping a gratitude jar. It’s not something I’ve done before but it doesn’t take much effort so why not. I saw fellow blogger – Channie start her own version of this in 2018 and have been adamant to try it out myself.
I went ahead and purchased a mason jar from Amazon and I just plan on using some colourful paper that I already have in my art stock to keep it cute and colourful.
Now, if you’re wondering, “What’s a Gratitude Jar?”. It’s basically just any jar that you can find, you can keep it plain or decorate it if you want to and throughout the year you write down moments in the year that you are grateful for. It can be as many individual moments as you like.
I’ve decided to write down weekly moments, which should add up to 52 memorable moments at the end of the year.
Benefits of keeping a gratitude Jar :
- Helps to remember the good times and count blessings in your life
- As someone who deals with fibro fog (brain fog), it can get pretty forgetful around here so this can serve as a reminder for times you want to keep in your memory bank
- Keeping a Gratitude Jar is a simpler way to journal if you struggle to keep a diary
Looking forward to filling this jar up and emptying my little moments of gratitude at the end of the year, God Willing! 🙂
Have you tried keeping a Gratitude Jar before?!
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