A New Year's Resolution For Which to be Grateful

Now that it looks like the world is going to keep turning, I'm thinking that's just one more thing for which I'm thankful. Recently, I came across the idea to create a gratitude jar. Basically, the idea is to fill a Mason jar (or whatever container you can find) with notes about the good things that happen throughout the year. Then, on the following New Year's Eve, you can look back and be reminded of all the things you have for which to feel grateful. I, for one, have decided to adopt this tradition as my New Year's resolution. It occured to me though that it is also a great idea for spas, which can encourage participation from both the staff and clientele. It's certainly one way to see the positive impact your spa is having on everyone involved.

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