Spotify isn’t the only aspect of your life that should get a year in review. We suggest looking back on 2020 and reflecting on all aspects of this challenging year so that you can grow from it. One way to do that is to be introspective and ask yourself important questions to determine what you’ve learned in 2020 and what the positives of the year were. This can help you find inner peace and focus on living well.
Grab your journal and get ready to dig deep. Here are some journal prompts and questions to ask yourself to get a clear picture of your year in review.
It’s all too easy to get hung up on the negatives, and we all know there were a lot of negatives in 2020. But for now, let’s focus on the positives, which can help bring you some inner peace. Focus on the times that you were living well. Here are ten questions to ask yourself for your year in review.
Aside from all the positives you came up with in the last section, there’s another thing that’s for sure: you definitely learned a lot in 2020. Valuable lessons that you’ve learned in 2020 can carry over to 2021 and other years to come. Here are nine questions to ask yourself for your year in review.
Take a look back at the hiccups from 2020. No year can be perfect, and nobody can be perfect. There’s always room for self-improvement. Here are six questions to ask yourself for your year in review.
After you’ve done all of your journaling and asked yourself these questions, take a step back, and look at the bigger picture. What did you learn about yourself in 2020? This was a doozy of a year, full of rough times, but also full of valuable life lessons. Look at the lessons you’ve learned as positives of 2020. Once you have the bigger picture, you can determine how you can carry what you’ve learned about yourself into 2021. You will be sure to have a better year next year with all your newfound knowledge.
We’re big advocates for journaling here at The Daily Shifts. There are plenty of benefits of journaling, in general, such as experiencing a mood boost. Here are some benefits specifically related to journaling your year in review.
Don’t carry over the negativity of 2020 into 2021. Of course, you want to take the lessons that you learned with you into the new year, but we advise trying to leave the negativity in the past. Move forward with positivity, instead. The Daily Shifts has tools to help you do just that. Take our course to find your true purpose and shift your life and read our e-book to learn our five happiness hacks. Then, for your daily practice, you can use our app as a tool. Put in the work to make 2021 better than 2020 – it will be worth it.
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