DIY 39: positive thoughts in a jar

Hey pixels!! First day of 2017; did you had fun yesterday? I hope so, my happy pixels. The last day of the year is always special. It’s when we remember how time flies; and when we make a list of  New Year Resolutions.

But, we really complete our resolutions list or we forget it? This is why I’m proposing this DIY, my happy pixels. It’s all about positive thinking and happiness. We, people, tend to remember better all the times when we do something wrong or when we are unhappy. But we tend to forget all the good things that happens to us every day. I  want to change the game with this DIY.

How about this? If the last day of December you could read about all your best moments of the year, and remember all that happy events and thoughts you’ve had, I’m sure you would feel much better. Well, you can do it easily with this DIY. Keep reading, please!!

You’ll need:

How it works:

It can’t be easier, my happy pixels!! Just remember: when something special happens, or after a good day/moment, write it down on one of the cards. Store the card in the box/mason jar.

This way you’ll be keeping all this precious moments. Next first day of January, open the box/mason jar and read all the papers. You’ll be amazed remembering all the beautiful things that happened to you during 2017.

What do you think about this DIY, my happy pixels? Are you going to make it? Please, let me know in the comments below.

 

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30 thoughts on “DIY 39: positive thoughts in a jar”

  1. Oooh what a lovely idea!! I’m not sure if I would put my ideas in a jar though…I think I might (by that I mean completely) forget about it. I might make some sort of poster where I can pin up ‘Great Moments in 2017’…possibly with a polaroid. Okay so now I want a polaroid camera please.

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  2. What a great idea! It’d be such a great way to record all my “happy” moments so I can look back and be encouraged by them. This is a cool twist on a time-capsule and I imagine upon opening it it’d be so encouraging to read all the notes!

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