One of the best ways to review your year is by asking yourself questions. Below you’ll find a set of year-end reflection questions that will help you to review how the last 365 days went.

Sit down at your computer, or take out a notebook and a pen, and fill out the answers for the following year-end reflection questions:

1. The most important goal that I achieved this year was:

2. My biggest fitness accomplishment was:

3. My biggest career accomplishment was:

4. My biggest relationship accomplishment was:

5. These are the skills I acquired this year:

6. A big mistake that I made this year—and the lesson that I learned as a result—was:

7. An obstacle or a challenge that I overcame this year:

8. This year, I learned the following about myself:

9. Here’s something I learned about other people:

10. This made me laugh the hardest this year:

11. The most fun I had all year was:

12. My best memory of the year was:

13. My biggest regret of the year was:

14. My biggest disappointment of the year was:

15. The books I read this year were:

16. My favorite movie of the year was:

17. A TV show I really enjoyed watching this year was:

18. I really enjoyed this live performance (concert, play, musical, or dance performance):

19. Here’s a song I listened to over and over again this year:

20, This is something I wish I hadn’t bought this year:

21. This is the best thing I bought all year:

22. Someone I really enjoyed spending time with this year was:

23. I adopted this new positive habit:

24. I dropped this negative habit:

25. One time I stood up for myself this year was:

26. The scariest thing I went through this year was:

27. A really cool thing I created this year was:

28. My most common mental state this year was:

29. Here’s how I grew emotionally this year:

30. Here’s how I grew spiritually this year:

31. The best gift I received this year was:

32. The nicest thing someone did for me this year was:

33. The nicest thing I did for someone else this year was:

34.  I showed real gumption this year when I:

35. If I could change one thing about this year it would be:

36. A new food/dish I tried this year was:

37. This year my physical health was:

38. Here’s a new friend I made this year:

39. This year I traveled to:

40. Here’s one adventure I had this year:

41. One contribution I made to my community was:

42. This year I spent a lot of time here:

43. This year I broke out of my comfort zone by:

44. A hobby I loved spending time on this year was:

45. This year I practiced self care by:

46. My biggest time waster this year was:

47. Here’s a great time-saving hack I learned this year:

48. What I am most grateful for this year is:

49. Here are three words that would sum up this year:

50. If I could travel back to the beginning of the year, here’s some advice I would give myself:


🙋🏻‍♀️ This morning I had one huge HEARD moment … The message was pretty loud and actually was planted last night when there was a small discussion over the fair or unfair rationing over a few Oreo cookies.  I won’t really get into that right now, but I will say that I woke up with a much bigger message on my heart and here is a tiny portion of it.

🙌 Today is about emptying your hands either by the act of giving or the act of letting go.  You can not receive new things with full hands.  It’s really pretty simple … When you give, you receive and when you let go, you make room. Those who take, take, take without giving will find themselves in a negative balance.  If they choose to never empty their hands, their hands will eventually be emptied for them and more often than not, it will be when they least expect it.   

The Universe will always find balance.

👩🏻‍💻 So the task would then be …

🤷🏻‍♀️ How can we find opportunities to give more of ourself in the form of time, value, or service to others, each and everyday?

Side note:

💕 I loved this image that fit so nicely with the message I wanted to share and looked it up and here is the beautiful gem I found … after you check out this artwork link, also check out the whole site it’s published on




🏖⏰ It’s Monday! It may be Summer, but it’s also time to get really specific about goals. This morning, a friend reminded me that you can’t manifest what you aren’t clear about.🤔

📌So today I’ve added a task to my Summer board of “TaDas” … I will be mapping out my list like this …

3 Columns:
✏️ Write down/List the dream/challenge/activity/goal in first column.
✏️ Tally and write down the exact dollar amount it would take to achieve it.
✏️ Attach an end date to it.

📆 Also take time to re-order your list by date and mark up your calendar with your short term goals. Any long term goal should get its own sheet of paper … since it will have its own list of short term daily tasks attached to the journey.

🙏🏻 Then SPEAK LIFE & BELIEF into it every single day ~ “By xyz (date), I will have xyz (amount), to achieve xyz (goal).”

🤦🏻‍♀️ Now here is the hard part … Its time to start eliminating distractions. Once you have your list, use it as your boundary framework. If an activity does not align with what you are #focusedtilfinished on, then some strong choices must be made.

🙋🏻‍♀️“Does this activity help me get closer to my goal or will it steal precious time away from me?”

🤟One last thing … don’t try to do it all yourself. People (especially your family) want to see you succeed … just like you genuinely want them to succeed. So don’t be afraid to ask for help.

🦋Your dreams won’t know where to find you until you call out to them!🦋

#ihopethishelps #move #now