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Do you actually know anybody who has sticked to writing a grateful journal? We don’t. They take too long, get very repetitive and once you forgot it for a few days, you stop writing it for the next month. This is not a card game on the other hand, is easy to do, new every day and gives you a goal to work towards – creating your full deck of cards which contains the best days of your year.
You can take your card of the day with you – anywhere – and do it – anytime, as it only takes two minutes. Writing on cards and choosing your best ones allows you to know exactly which days were highlights and never face the dilemma of potentially throwing out great memories. Imagine, you have a Full Deck of Cards with the best days of 2016, that you could look through right now. How amazing would that be!
Don’t stress! The idea is to have your best days in a Full deck of Cards, and it doesn’t matter if the cards were from exactly a year or a year and 24 days. So, whenever you forget to write your card, just keep going and draw the next card.
There are literally no time constraints for this is not a card game - you can start in December, in January, in July, on Saturdays, on Mondays – whenever you want to start a life-changing habit.
The goal is to sort out the epic days from the average days, so you don’t have to flick through hundreds of journal pages but instead have your best memories handy, in a deck of cards. Choosing the best day from the last seven cards - which have the same card value - allows you to create a Full Deck of Cards after 52 weeks.
Every time you choose your Best Day from the last seven days, you put that card to the side, either back in the package with our black card divider or in a spot where you know you won’t lose it. Believe us, it will be epic to look back at those Best Days in five years.
You are not the only one - that happened to us before. Just sort the cards according to their card value (e.g. Ten of Hearts) and off you go. You should have seven cards of each card value.
After finishing four Stacks you will have each of the 52 card values needed to create a Full Deck of Cards. If you think this sounds like a long time, it is but then again it isn’t.
There are 91 cards to write on (three months equal roughly 91 days), 2 instruction cards and 3 Jokers.
No, you can do it whenever. You can take a card in the morning and write it after you get up, on your way to work, at work, even on your travels. And all that without carrying a bulky book with you. The “amazing things that happened on that day” would be ideally written at night, but can also be done the next day or in the moment as great things happen.
Stacks are numbered – First Stack, Second Stack, Third Stack and Fourth Stack. This order is what you should follow when you buy your Stack.