Gratitude jar

Posted by Suzi | December 23, 2012



Who used to save pennies when you were a kid? I remember (thinking it was the chicest thing ever) I used to have a huge, plastic cola bottle filled with all the loose change I could find. It took about 2 years of saving- and about 4 days of counting pennies- to amass the grand fortune of $20! Which actually was serious big bucks back then.

This week I fell upon the concept of a gratitude jar (inspired by Patron of the Arts). It’s such a good idea! Sometimes it’s so easy to get bogged down by all the big stuff not going to plan that it’s easy to miss all the little moments of bliss right in front of your eyes; a hug, one extremely well brewed cup of coffee, the stars, maybe just five sweet seconds of silence.

Because sometimes, when you look back, it’s the littlest things that mean the most, right?

 

 

Picture credits (from left): jar with plants; cookie jar; jar glass; feel good girlsun loungerflowers; coupleMarilyn; reader sofa.



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  1. I just came across your space here and I just wanted to tell you that it is just what I need…all your words are so true! Wishing you a beautiful holiday and Thank you!

    Comment by Julie-White Tapestry — December 24, 2012 #

  2. Julie, thank you so much back! Your lovely words mean so much. Have a great holiday too and please do keep in touch xxxx S

    Comment by suzi — December 30, 2012 #

  3. I really enjoyed reading this and am not normally one to comment but your blog is wonderful- just thought you should know!!

    Comment by Nody — February 1, 2013 #

  4. Thanks to you too Nody- what a gorgeous thing to say. Please keep dropping on by xx Suzi

    Comment by suzi — February 4, 2013 #

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