quotes and shiny things. You may not know me, but trust me, it’s so me.
Get as creative as your budget allows. Use markers, maybe add photos. If nothing else, write your name on it. Own these blessings, on blessings, on blessings!
3. Remember ‘POET’ for your notes.
There are probably no less than 100 tiny miracles and blessings we encounter every single day, but sometimes it seems like it’s hard to come up with even one.
The beautiful thing about keeping a gratitude jar is that as you make a habit of writing down things you’re grateful for, you’ll be more mindful of seeing reasons to be grateful.
Those reasons typically fall into four categories: people, opportunities, experiences and things (POET).
This concept from writer Tim Sanders makes it easy for me to write down at least three things I’m grateful for.
Oh, and the different color Post-It notes can give you some extra flavor.
They say what you focus on expands, so why not start the new year with a mind and heart set on gratefulness? Get your BAJ and make it happen!
Do you plan on making a #GratitudeJar?