Positive Memories

For the remainder of the year, I am going to keep a jar of positive memories that has happened to me. On New Year’s Eve I am going to read off the magical moments that I have had during this year. I know there might be a lot of memories that you were hoping, but don’t let you discourage yourself from partaking in this journey.

It doesn’t have to be a jar, it can be a shoe box or an empty candle holder or anything like that. Feel free to decorate it as however you prefer.

You can write about anything that you made you feel happy or any positive changes in your life such as a new job, a new spouse, the arrival of a niece or nephew, or reading x amount of books like you wanted to. Anything that brings you happiness. You can even include the fortune in your future cookies. This will help you want to set amazing goals for the following year. Keep your momentum striving and always work on wanting to better for yourself.

It adds a bit of magic for New Year’s Eve and puts in perspective just how far you have come. It will be a refreshing way to end a less than magical year. Always continue to step with your best foot forward.

2 thoughts on “Positive Memories

  1. AD says:

    Good post… It’s so easy to focus on the negative or what we currently want, that we sometime take for granted what we do have that plenty of others people would love to have…. even if it’s just loving friends or family.

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    • yellowdaisies3 says:

      Thank you! And agreed. I hope with pandemic it makes other more aware of things and people so we can continue to express gratitude and love. I hope people don’t take things for granted when this is all over.

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