10 reflection questions for the end of your year
It’s that time of year my loves. Gotta be honest, I’m sort of in the mood to dropkick 2021 out the door (had too many friends dealing with too much shit, and, well, omicron). But I also crave the catharsis that always comes with annual reflection (solo or with friends).
Truth is, I love nothing more than a good question. Well, maybe a good question, a dinner table full of friends, IPA, and some warm bread. Whether you’re just carving out some time to journal solo or gathering with some good people to reflect in community (you can print these out, tear them up, and throw them in a bowl), here are some prompts to help you along…
What are you craving to learn more about next year? How might you go about it—an online class, a mentor, a book?
What was a really nourishing practice for you this year?
What did you shed, let go of, or give up this year? How did you get lighter?
What do you want to savor more in the year ahead? (Thanks or the inspo, Anna.)
What was the most overhyped experience you had in 2021?
What writer, filmmaker, musician really moved you this year?
How has your body been this year—resilient, tired, vital, healing? How would you like to change your relationship with your body in the year ahead?
Who made you feel most heard this year? Who did you learn to have better boundaries with?
What did you learn about your own capacity for uncertainty this year?
What completely ordinary thing are you most grateful for right now in your life?
*If you’re so inclined, would LOVE to read any of your answers in comments.*
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