The Memory Jar 2014

Oh! Hello Angels,

Hope you all are doing well!!  I feel like it has been ages. First of all, I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year & hope you enjoyed with family & friends. Not gonna lie, we were in a hiatus for few months. Although we missed writing a lot, our busy schedule & life took over! From  juggling school, exams, to work, internships, and in between trying to have some kind of a social life, we had our plates full.

That being said, for this year one of our goal is to try to post more often and get more involved with The High Society. For our first post for 2014, I wanted to share with you all an amazing idea to cherish & remember the good times throughout 2014. The idea is to write on a piece of paper all the achievements, successes, good times, triumphs, small yet priceless moments of joy you experience throughout 2014 & collect it all in a jar.  On December 31st 2014, you can go over & rejoice the valuable moments of your life throughout 2014 and as the quote says “Sometime, you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory”.

Final Memory Jar Picture

Above is my memory jar I  created for 2014. It’s a fun and simple DIY. And what better way to start a new year by cherishing your past achievements & successes and be  inspired to start the new year with full blown motivation & determination.

CharLie…xox

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2 comments

  1. Love your blog!

    I’ve nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Visit the link to find out about all the rules and questions – http://theysayshewasaflowerchild.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/sunshine-blogger-award/

    1. Hi Hannahrose!

      Thank you so much for the nomination! We know that we haven’t been as active lately but we are definitely looking forward to posting more often.

      Your love & support for The High Society is very encouraging and greatly appreciated! Thank you!

      – CharLee & CharLie

      PS: We love your blog just as much 😉

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