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COUPLES- Make this for all your concert, baseball & football tickets... rather than throw away, this is a great way to display! slit at the top to drop in more tickets as the years go on! Love this idea! Would be so much fun to look back on after so many years to see what you did.

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Free Printable for 2014 Memory Jar

2014 Memory Jar FREE Printable! Have the kiddos write great times in 2014, drop in the jar, open and read on New Year's Eve! Love this!

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Celebrate Gratitude: 5 Ideas of How to Teach Gratitude to Kids

Start a Family Gratitude Journal

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I Love You - Tiny Envelopes Card with blank notes and confetti

Anniversary card Idea: one mini envelope for each year together to write a favorite memory from that year.

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My Simple Plan for Saving Our Memories This Year

I'm a little late on this New Year's resolution to be better about saving memories in 2014.... But this is such a quick and easy system for getting your memories saved for years to come - love it!:

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Free Printable: Family New Year's Resolutions & Year-in-Review

Love this for helping the kids to look back on their year and make goals for the year ahead - the "I want to try" and "I want to stop" are our favorite categories.

What a great tradition to start.... Have family put money in mason jar throughout year. At Christmas time, choose someone to bless (anonymously). On Christmas eve, deliver by Ring and Run. Must read the book "The Christmas Jar" it explains how it all started. A great way to touch a family in need!

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Organizing Your Paperwork

#TaxDay is like New Year's - a good time to make resolutions and start over. Learn what to toss, what to keep, and how organizing your paperwork will make filing next year a breeze.

I like this idea. Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

Throughout the year, write down memories that make you smile. On New Year's Eve, open it up and reread all of the good stuff that made the year wonderful! Love this idea!

Annual family time capsule (that you don't bury, but just keep on a shelf) that includes family pictures and movie stubs, art, objects from the whole year. I LOVE this idea for the kids and can see them years from now going through each one....

For 2012, write something you are grateful for every day. I just might have to make this one of my New Years Resolutions :) Great use for a smash book.