when we are grateful

How to Make A Gratitude Jar

when we are gratefulWhen we are patient, we allow gratitude to flow. We hear the whispers of our heart, and the doors to abundance open.

Using A Gratitude Jar To Empower You

When we count our blessings on a daily basis we raise our vibes, bring more abundance into our loves which is empowering. I makes us feel good.

I have made my gratitude jar for 2015 and it lives on my desk and each day I add in a note of thanks. Watch the video to see how you can get started today.

You can make your own gratitude jar as I  have shown you in the video. You need a jar, some glue, post-it, some paper squares ( I cut up coloured copy paper) and whatever you would like to decorate your jar with. I have used a copy of one of my paintings with the words My Gratitude Jar and  My Daily Love Boost. You might like to  keep it pristine and just tie a ribbon around it.

 You could do this with your partner, husband and family, making it a daily habit.

Share below  if you have a gratitude jar and share your images on facebook or maybe google. you may have a wonderful story to share 🙂


with love and gratitude

from my ♡ to yours ♡

Listening to the whispers of your heart brings ♥More FUN ♥ More LOVE ♥ More ABUNDANCE ♥

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Suzie Cheel works with Leaders and Entrepreneurs Is an award winning artist who has exhibited and sold her artwork in galleries and collections around the world Has a Masters degree in Applied Science Has worked with several 7 figure leaders, expanding their self awareness, self worth and guiding them onto their spiritual path Is the creator of the Heart Whisper Daily Guidance oracle cards, dubbed the Entrepreneur’s Essential Toolkit Is the author of Emergings - a meditation on the emotions of change
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25 thoughts on “How to Make A Gratitude Jar”

  1. Yes – I have made Gratitude Jars … they are always fun to use and fun to see those colorful papers growing in there! … I haven’t made one this year – I am working instead with a journal – a Happy Happenings journal … writing down all the things that made me smile that day. …
    But I just might start a new jar also! 😉

    Thanks for sharing … 😉
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  2. What a wonderful idea and fun! I started keeping a ‘wild blessings’ box in Jan, where I basically write down wonderful things that happen or moments of peace that soothe my heart on a piece of paper and then place then in the box. At the end of the year on New Year’s eve, I will revisit the box to celebrate all the year’s blessings.
    Jodi Sky recently posted…The Mysterious PetalsMy Profile

  3. This is a great idea. I love doing a gratitude journal at the end of the day but having a jar to pop your thoughts in as they arise is a great tool. Thanks.

  4. For years, I thought a Gratitude Jar didn’t do much for you. I had one – added what I needed to it – and didn’t feel any different. I wasn’t grateful – that’s why. In 2014, I started a Gratitude Journal and wrote in it off and on. I noticed my world opening up. Now, I make a habit of writing in it every night. I have a reminder on my cell phone to remind me. Other than my exterior world opening up, the world inside of me is as well.

    Such a great idea and everyone should have a Gratitude Jar and truly open themselves up to giving and receiving.

  5. I love this idea. You always are an inspiration! I read about someone who reads them on New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day as a reflection of the previous year. In the US, this could also be done on Thanksgiving. You’ve inspired me to make one when I get back from vacation. I’ll start writing the sheets now!
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