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  • Jenn Anderson

    actually a good idea... Keep a notepad and pen in a jar and everytime something makes you smile, or happy write it down on the note pad and rip it out and fold it up and put it in the jar.. On new years eve, read all of the memories to see what a good year you had. :)

  • Claire O'N

    I saw an idea like this on Pinterest.. So I decided to make one... Keep a notepad and pen in a jar and everytime something makes you smile, or happy write it down on the note pad and rip it out and fold it up and put it in the jar.. On new years eve, read all of the memories to see what a good year you had. :) this is such a great idea! <3

  • MacKenzy Austin

    awesome idea! Keep a notepad and pen in a jar and everytime something makes you smile, or happy write it down on the note pad and rip it out and fold it up and put it in the jar.. On new years eve, read all of the memories to see what a good year you had. :)

  • Jamie Shilling

    ((such a cute idea)) I saw an idea like this on Pinterest.. So I decided to make one... Keep a notepad and pen in a jar and everytime something makes you smile, or happy write it down on the note pad and rip it out and fold it up and put it in the jar.. On new years eve, read all of the memories to see what a good year you had. :)

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