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  • Rebecca Cottington

    Bucket list EVERY YEAR! A memory jar! write down fav moments throughout the year to place in the jar and read them all on new years

  • Romina Ursic

    New Year's Eve DIY Memory Jar

  • Jan Hernandez

    Memory Jar 2012. Found by a pinner at http://steamykitchen.com/ -- my girls and i did something similar in the early 90s, and believe it or not, i still have some of the "gratitude slips" kept. Great idea (but the jar needs to be muuuuch larger i think!) Read them together as a family on New Year's eve or day, then maybe paste them onto scrapbook paper for a quickie 'look back' album?

  • Daily Dish Magazine

    Memory Jars... what a great way to start the New Year! Take a jar and use it all year round to hold family memories. The idea is to drop things in the jar all year long - movie tickets, notes, report cards, etc. At the end At the end of the year, say on New Year’s Eve, you open the jar and reminisce. | Daily Dish with Foodie Friends Friday

  • Veronica Malkin

    2014 memory jar #lifehacks. kinda cheesy though...

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