Day 17: Documenting memories


I started a memory jar this past weekend.

It’s nothing fancy. It’s essentially a a glass jar that I’ll use to store happy/magical moments I want to remember. I write the memories on small colored index cards and add them to the jar on the day of.

The goal: To document the moment while it’s still fresh, while also providing an opportunity to relive them at a later data.

In a way, it’s really a memory bank that I can access on the days when I’m feeling a bit down and need a reminder that life has been good to me more times than I can count.

I’m really excited to fill it up.

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