Happiness Jar

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I’ve made a happiness jar, it’s full of happiness, wishes and aspirations.  I usually make New Years resolutions. Last year I did okay with them but I often find at the end of the year I rarely remember what my intentions were.  This year I’ve written down my hopes and dreams  and put them into a jar with little crystals, glitter, lucky heather and other bits and bobs.  I’m going to put it up on a shelf where I can see it, so that I remember and maybe add to it.

Some of my friends and family have also added to my jar.  I have some beautifully simple and deeply profound messages.  We don’t always know what is best for us, so the wishes of others, given in love adds that little something else, a little sparkle I think.

It is a little like recreating yourself, filling yourself up with goodness, I’m enjoying thinking about all the things inside.  I can look through the glass, into the interior of the jar and remember how positive I was when I created it, remember the love of those that added to it.

It will be good to go through these messages at the end of the year, remember how I was feeling and think about the things I have achieved.

Daily Prompt – Interior

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25 thoughts on “Happiness Jar”

  1. What a lovely idea 🙂 I made a jar for my huband for Christmas with 150 notes in for him to open one each day and read something to make him smile, he was chuffed to bits and opens it every morning. This is a nice idea for me though as I quite often get stressed out when I have a lot of things going on at once and let it all get on top of me. I think this could help me to remain positive so thank you 🙂

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