Use these 20 year-end reflection questions to review your year.
As we're in the process of closing out the books on 2019, I thought it would be a useful exercise to reflect on the past year. Considering 2019 is the end of a decade, I think it's even more so important to sit and review those highs, lows, and everything in between.
I've compiled a list of 20 questions to help you. You can answer them in your journal, discuss them with a friend, talk them over with your partner, or ask them to your kids.
What were your favorite memories of the year?
What went well?
What didn't go so well?
When did I feel most exhausted and drained during the year?
When did I feel most in my element during the year?
What is one thing I'm most proud of from the year?
What moment/day would I want to live over again from the year?
What did I say "yes" to that I wish I had said "no" to?
What did I say "no" to that I wish I had said "yes" to?
What scared me?
What grew me?
What was the bravest thing I did all year?
What 3 words best describe the year?
What was the nicest thing I did for someone this year?
What was the nicest thing someone did for me this year?
What is the best part of being the age that I am now?
What is the funniest thing I saw/heard over the year?
What criticism did I receive this year and what did I do about it?
What is something that was hard for me at the start of the year but is easier now?
What is the biggest lesson I learned from the year?
I hope these questions can help you spend some quality time with yourself to evaluate your year and how you can plan for the next 12-months.
I'd like to thank you for being here and wish you a happy, healthy, clutter-free year ahead!