What is a success jar and why do you need one? #lifehack #liveyourbestlife

You’ve mostly likely heard that to stay motivated and productive, it’s super important to write your successes down in a diary or journal. If you have never heard of this before it’s a great technique for building momentum, positivity, and productivity. An alternative to this is a Success Jar, this is a jar which you fill with your successes instead of putting then into a diary – or you can do both if you so wish.

Not everyone has the time to sit down and write in a diary or journal, and not everyone wants to. But writing on a notelet or tearing off a piece of paper, and writing your successes on it, then sticking it in your Success Jar, is a powerful way of acknowledging your successes and make you feel great – without formally sitting down to write, and without stressing yourself out over taking time out of your day when it is so mega busy.

In this video – which I recorded as a Live Stream so the sound is not perfect in it, I explain in detail what a Success Jar is, and show you two of mine from last year.

I hope this helps you? I would love to know your thoughts about it? Please comment below!

Are you use anything similar, and if so, how is that working out for you? Please let me know in the comments section below, as I love to read you!

Until next time, embrace your quirky and write soon

Sandra xx

7 thoughts on “What is a success jar and why do you need one? #lifehack #liveyourbestlife

  1. Hey Sandra , this is actually a real cool idea. I’m a server and I had a tip jar for a while, and money’s great but it’s not the best way to handle success. It’s tough to get around to journaling everyday, so I’m gonna try this out. Cheers!


    1. Hi, oryankeepsmilin, sorry for the delay in reply. Life is amazingly full lately and therefore I totally understand why it’s hard to get around to journaling every day. So yes, this is a quick and easy way to record your successes and it’s fun too. Let me how it works for you x

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  2. Hello Sandra, While I do not use a success jar, personally, I can see the advantages it might bestow to many people from all walks of life.  Thank you for taking the initiative to post this wonderful article. Sincerely, K


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