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Little dream jar

This tin container here is one of the three "vision boards" I have set up in my everyday space. (I'll be showing the other two in future posts, so stay tuned!) As I tend to be more of a dreamer than a doer, there are so many ideas, goals, and plans that are just waiting to be accomplished. I want to manifest them all! So with that in mind, this is where the dream jar came about. It's my little reminder that anything is possible if  you really put your mind to it.

With a vision board, pictures and phrases are displayed out in the open. Some visions, though, are a little too personal to have up for all to see. So I've written down a few important personal development goals and dreams that are nicely tucked away in this little jar.

If I haven't said this enough, I'm so looking forward to 2015. It's going to be one of the best years yet!

~ Create the highest, grandest vision possible for yourself because you become what you believe. ~


  1. Aww, neat! I look forward to seeing your vision boards! :)

  2. Omg, that is so cute! Such a neat and adorable idea; I can just imagine a little jar full of notes to take out and conquer every few weeks (or even months.)

  3. I also think 2015 will be a great year! This little idea seems wonderful. I'm not going to steal it... ;)

  4. What an awesome way to spur yourself on to great things! And that is the coolest sun jar. It's bursting with the energy of your passions!

  5. I loved this little trinket when I saw it on Instagram, and am even more fond of what you've used it for. :) Great idea! xo

  6. This is such a lovely idea!

  7. Such a lovely tin container! And I love the idea behind it! This would also be something for me ( :
    Warm hugs to you, my dear! I'll write you soon! ♥

  8. YES to this: ~ Create the highest, grandest vision possible for yourself because you become what you believe. ~

    When I was freshly turned twenty-one-year-old, I bought into the belief that "We are products of each other." I mentioned this to someone who rebutted that notion and revealed for me the underlying truth: "We are not products of each other; we are products of who we believe we are." Thanks so much for reminding me of this :)


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