Gift of the Week – Gratitude Glass Jars

Gratitude Glass JarsHaving a gratitude practice changes lives. Studies tell us that gratitude makes us happier, healthier, and improves all areas of our lives. ( Gratitude Glass Jars are a simple, elegant way to introduce a habit of gratitude into your life.

The beautiful pedestal jars have the word Gratitude in gold on the outside. They also include a lid and 365 cards. The cards have the word gratitude on one side and are blank on the other for the owner to write down something they are grateful for and put it in the jar. Imagine how your life and perspective could change if you were to focus on something you were thankful for every day for a year.

The ritual of writing down a blessing in your life is a great way to start or end each day. It is a great family activity to do around the dinner table each night. Then at the end of the year, take them out and read them one by one.

Who gives Gratitude Glass Jars as a gift?

If you want to send a message of thankfulness, Gratitude Glass Jars are a great way to do that. Not only are you expressing your gratitude, you are giving the recipient an experience that will last the whole year. If you send holiday gifts at Thanksgiving each year, this would make a great gift.

These jars make great gifts for life coaches who encourage a practice of gratitude. The gift gives them a tangible way to remember that practice.

Gratitude Glass JarsMake it more meaningful.

You can send the gift with a message of how grateful you are for the recipient. You could also hand write the first card, thanking them for their business and put it in the jar to get them started. Your personal message of gratitude will be highly meaningful.

Get Yours

To order a Gratitude Glass Jar for a client or colleague, go here. You can even order a replacement set of 365 gratitude cards and give them out next year.

Do you have a gratitude practice in your life? How has it changed you? Would you give something like this to your clients? Share in the comments below.


  1. I love the idea of a Gratitude Jar, Deb. It’s a wonderful and unique idea, especially as we are approaching Diwali or the Festival of Lights in India next week.

    I maintain a Gratitude Journal and jot down at least 3 things each night before going to bed. It makes even the worst days feel less blah.

    I might just gift myself a Gratitude Jar for a change. 🙂

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