Create an online memory jar (folder/album).
Fill it with special moments, photos, screenshots, and messages about your relationship.
Invite the other person to see and post memories.
Order physical products customized with your memories.
It’s Priya and Raag’s anniversary, so Priya decides to make him a memory jar. She posts photos and notes about the little moments that make their relationship special - from the first time they met, to stolen moments at movie theatres, to meeting each others’ parents and becoming parents themselves. After that, Priya and Raag decide that they will keep the romance alive by adding at least one love note each week in their jar. Every Sunday morning, they post a song or a voice note or a chat screenshot or a handwritten letter until opening their jar together each week becomes their favorite activity. They feel more connected than ever - even when their work pulls them continents apart - and are constantly looking for ways to make each other smile even more with their next post :)View Sample Relationship Jar
Pro Tip: These relationship jars make excellent gifts! So get started on your memory jar by yourself, fill it up with special moments, and give it as a gift for a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary or Valentine's Day or even Mother's Day (yes, a relationship means any type of relationship, not just the romantic ones). Even after the special occasion is long gone, both of you can keep adding more (and reacting to) the memory jar that's a fun, secret corner just for you two!
Some people make your life extraordinary just by being in it. And you shouldn't have to wait for a birthday or anniversary or special day to remind them how much you love them. So whether you make a relationship jar with someone you're dating, or with your best friend, or your favorite coworker, or even your grandma, I really hope you create these private jars to truly celebrate each of the amazing relationships in your life, alongside the people who make your life worth living. After all, their presence is the greatest present we have..