As we come to the end of the year, it is very important to reflect on what you have survived over the last 365 days. When we reflect on the past we are able to improve our future, appreciate our everyday accomplishments, and remember that we are always stronger than we think. I challenge you to use the following questions to chew over the different aspects of the past year.
Whether you answer these questions in one sitting or break them up over a few days, I hope you really go through these questions and be honest with yourself. Your responses may surprise you.
Who is the last person you said, “I love you” to?
When was the last time you said ‘I love you’ first?
What did you accomplish?
What was your biggest obstacle?
When did you feel pure joy?
When did you feel scared or vulnerable?
Who or what caused you the most pain?
What risks did you take?
What happened this year that helped you get to where you are today?
What was something you did for the first time?
What is your favorite memory?
What event happened that you’ll tell your grandchildren about?
Who helped you the most?
Who or what was your worst habit?
What goal or dream did you achieve?
What goal or dream did you give up on?
If you could relive one day this past year, which would it be?
What do you regret not doing?
Who was the last person you hugged?
Who was the last person you kissed?
When is the last time you had an orgasm?
What was your favorite song?
What album or mixtape did you play out?
Who did you think about the most?
What did you learn?
What do you need to leave in 2015
What do you need to bring into 2016
What one word would you use to describe/define 2015?
Three women going through life.