Grateful Jar: The year just started! Set up a jar and write down your happy moments as you have them on pieces of paper and put them in the jar. At the end of the year, you can read back through them. More like a "Happy Moments of the Year" Jar
My parents threw the BEST New Year parties. I still remember the millennium celebration like it was yesterday. Although they had all their friends there, I remember it was still awesome for us kids. We were allowed to stay stay up late and indulge in all
The Happy Jar. A homemade jar of individual sentiments on paper designed to cheer up a faraway loved one. Could make one up for a child who is a hesitant sleepaway camper or first time college student. This is from Our Army Life (according to the wife!): Valentine's Sneak Peek
*a date night to make date night ideas jar* Perfect for an anniversary gift. Orange = stay home - no cost Red = indoor outing - cost involved Yellow = outdoor activity - no cost Green = outdoor activity - cost involved
The Gift of Time. I absolutely adore this idea. I wish I had known about this the very first year that I was married as I would have used it as a wedding gift (although it would make a fabulous birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift now)!
Why not make Gratitude Jars (you could decorate old jars with paint or glue/stick paper onto them), prompt the kids to use the gratitude jar to write things they are thankful to God for; or special Sabbath memories.