Time and Memory are True Artists; They Remould Reality Nearer to the Heart’s Desire

Howdy! If you have a Pinterest, there’s a good chance you’ve seen pins about memory jars or something of the like. This is actually going to be my fourth year of keeping one of these jars and I kind of love it!

If you’re not hip on what a memory jar or whatever you want to call it is, it’s pretty simple. Step one: get yourself a jar. Step two: get yourself some post-its, scraps of paper, whatever you want to write on. Step three: write down stuff throughout the year that you want to save in the jar. Step four: profit.

I personally just put the happiest moments throughout the year in mine. Like just the times that I feel like I’m at peak happy, you know? But really, you can put in whatever you feel like remembering at the end of the year. The world is your oyster.

At the end of the year, you can open it up and see your last year’s greatest hits! I just opened mine today to see what was what. I forgot that some of the things even happened within the last year. This is one project that I definitely recommend. Super easy, super low-maintenance, just go for it.

That’s all I’ve got for today. Let me know if you think you’re going to try this, or if you’ve kept one yourself! I hope you have a nice day and I’ll see you when I see you!

–Nicole

Today’s title coming at you from John Dewey.

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