2020 is just around the corner, and to help close 2019 with intention, reflection, and clarity, here are 55 questions you can use to wrap up this amazing year!
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If you had to describe 2019 in one word what would it be?
If you had to describe 2019 in one sentence, what would it be?
What was your favorite memory? Why?
What was the most challenging thing you went through? Why was it challenging? How did you make it through?
What was your proudest moment?
What types of environments did you find yourself in in 2019?
What changes did you experience in your environments? What was intentional? What wasn’t? How did you adapt?
What was your favorite place you visited? Why?
How easy was it to keep your home clean? What kind of impact did you have on your environment?
What kind of impact did your environment have on you?
If you had to describe your finances this year as a river, what would that look like? Was it smooth or rocky? Was it overflowing or just a trickle? Was it straightforward or twisting and turning? From start to finish, how did money flow?
What was the biggest financial lesson you learned in 2019?
What was the most valuable purchase you made? What made it so valuable?
How did your debt change from beginning to end of 2019? Why?
How did your savings change from beginning to end of 2019? Why? What did you save for? What do you wish you saved for?
Friends and Family:
What new friends or family did you gain this year? What does their energy bring to your life?
Did you lose any friends or family this year? What did this loss have to give you?
Did you spend enough time with your family and friends? If not, why?
What was the hardest moment you had to move through with a friend or family member? What did it teach you?
What was your favorite memory of 2019 with those you love?
Hobbies, Fun, and Restoration:
How much fun did you have in 2019? Was it enough? Do you wish there was more? Was it too much? If so, how do you know, and why do you think that is?
Were you more stressed or relaxed during 2019? Why?
What kind of development did you see in your hobbies? How was what you created in the beginning of the year compared to the end?
Was there any new hobbies you started? How did those go for you? What did you do that was both new and fun?
What wasn’t fun for you this year? What was draining? What do you think could have made your year more fun?
What dominated your thoughts this year? Why? How did your thinking of this topic change throughout the year?
What did you learn about yourself and the way you think this year?
What was your relationship with asking for help this year? Did you do it often, not enough, or just right? When did you notice you needed help? What was the best help you received?
Did you find yourself experiencing a wide range of emotions this year? What was your favorite? What was the hardest for you to deal with?
What was the most powerful thought you had this year?
What skills and qualities did you intentionally develop this year? Unintentionally?
What obstacles did you face, and how did they contribute to your growth?
What was the most important limiting belief you released about yourself?
What was the most important tool for you this year in your personal development? Why?
What was less important than you thought it would be this year? Why do you think that is?
How was your mobility this year? Flexibility? Strength?
What was the most common food to grace your plate? Why?
What type of injuries did you have? Sicknesses? Why do you think they happened? What lessons did you learn about them?
How did you FEEL about your body and physical health this year?
What was your relationship with exercise? How much movement did you see this year?
Purpose and Career
Were you working towards your dream career or purpose this year? If so how much progress did you make? If not, why not?
What was the most influential factor in your career development this year?
What was the most challenging factor in your career development this year?
Where have you felt most aligned with what you are doing?
Where has work not felt aligned?
How satisfied with your romantic life were you this year? Why?
What were the most intimate moments you shared? How did you feel about this?
What was your most romantic moment this year? How did you feel about it?
What was the biggest thing to change in your romantic life this year? Why do you think this is?
What was your relationship with self love like this year? Do you think that played a role in your romantic life? If so, how?
What was your relationship with spirituality like this year? How did it change from the beginning of the year compared to the end?
In your hardest moments, what role did spirituality play?
In your best moments, what role did your spirituality play?
What did your intuition tell you this year? Did you always listen? If you didn’t, why not? What happened?
What has been the biggest factor in your spiritual growth?
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