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  • Kenna Farrach

    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. We are doing this for our first year of marriage--a memory jar. Then on our one year anniversary, we'll read them all.

  • Sarah McIntyre

    Would make a great Christmas gift for family members...or for all those December hostess gifts you need! Just decorate them and add the "first" memory! 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!

  • F. S.

    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. - maybe next year? Also a cute idea to do for a deployed parent ... write each new or good thing the child or children did and date it for them to read when they get home My personal note: could use as year end wrap highlight reel for family (in rl or v book)

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Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. On New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year.

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

start your marriage with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on your one year anniversary open it to see all the good things from your first year of marriage.

Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.

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Memory Jar - Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.

Here's What You Should Do Instead Of Making New Year's Resolutions: Rememberlutions. Such a nice idea!

  • chris keath

    Great idea. Small accomplishments for each month. Less stress for me.

Memory jar - capture the funny things children say by jotting them down on scraps of paper and depositing them in jar.

New Year Jar -- good idea for a new years eve program