The Good Vibes Only Roadshow – The Happiness Jar

The Happiness Jar is the greatest project I can think of to teach our children, grandchildren, co-workers, friends, and family!

What a great and creative way to start the day!  You don’t need to start this jar on January 1st, you can make any day the start of a new beginning for the Happiness Jar!  Wake Up and show gratitude towards yourself and write a happy note for your future self to read!

What a great concept!  We tend to forget the smallest thing that can bring us happiness, but when we look back after a year of saving up these notes to ourselves, and read what we did not take for granted is such a gift!

I feel schools should be teaching the children and especially teenagers, just how such a simple project can change your entire way of thinking.  Imagine a World with not one bit of bullying?  Time for change!  The Time is Now!  I can’t think of a better project to incorporate into our school programs that could help save lives by teaching the kids to enjoy a positive mindset!

I believe our children, no matter what age they are, deserve the chance to learn just how easy it is to have happy thoughts and to possibly change a cycle that their own families didn’t have the tools to change.

I believe in possibilities, I believe in looking outside the box, and I believe in our youth.  They need the support to make positive changes in this World and it all starts with a little jar, a piece of paper and a pen/pencil.

Good Vibes!!

 

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