I was hoping to print these off and share them with our New Yers Eve guests but alas my printer is out of ink....again!! They should just give the printers away for how often you spend $$ on ink. But I digress.
20 Questions for a New Year’s Eve Reflection1. What was the single best thing that happened this past year?
2. What was the single most challenging thing that happened?
3. What was an unexpected joy this past year?
4. What was an unexpected obstacle?
5. Pick three words to describe 2010.
6. Pick three words your spouse would use to describe your 2010 (don’t ask them; guess based on how you think your spouse sees you).
7. Pick three words your spouse would use to describe their 2010 (again, without asking).
8. What were the best books you read this year?
9. With whom were your most valuable relationships?
10. What was your biggest personal change from January to December of this past year?
11. In what way(s) did you grow emotionally?
12. In what way(s) did you grow spiritually?
13. In what way(s) did you grow physically?
14. In what way(s) did you grow in your relationships with others?
15. What was the most enjoyable part of your work (both professionally and at home)?
16. What was the most challenging part of your work (both professionally and at home)?
17. What was your single biggest time waster in your life this past year?
18. What was the best way you used your time this past year?
19. What was biggest thing you learned this past year?
20. Create a phrase or statement that describes 2010 for you.
I am still contemplating most of these reflection but as I look back over 2010 I feel it was a year of success - my photography business continues to grow and the pilot project I am in charge of with SHR has been tremendously successful. I have a new grand baby who is healthy and happy.
On the challenging things, I am tired and likely taking on way too much in my life the result being a few health challenges this year and I truely dislike it when my lack of health gets i the way of my crazy busy life. :) However, that being said, I am thankful to BE healthy, to be able to continue to be productive and to be able to love the people around me.
There were several trips with the love of my life this year and for that I am very thankful.
Biggest personal change - health concerns can draw you closer to God and cause you to rely on Him a whole lot more - and I am. Thank you Father!
Single biggest time waster. LOL I NEVER waste time!! okay biggest time waster is the 20 minute commute to and from work. And I can't change that.I am learning to be a more patient driver.
A phrase that describes 2010 for me? Productive - a lot was done, a lot accomplished.
So what phrase or statement or even word best describes 2010 for you.