Repeat after me: It’s never too late to start over.
Thanksgiving is for remembering your blessings. Christmas is for children and miracles. New Years Eve is for reflection. Or as I like to put it – Interrogation time. You see, I may be a blogger now, but I’m still a journalist at heart so I can’t pass up any chance I have to question any and everything I can think of. That’s why I’m a big fan of New Years Eve. It’s my chance to ask all those hard to answer questions.
As you may recall from my post last year, I’m really not a fan of new years resolutions. Instead, I vow to be better than I was yesterday for the duration of the year. Regardless of making a resolution or not, reflecting on the year still proves to be a necessity. Yearly reflection or a year-end review allows you to see where you rise and fall as well as your biggest takeaways. Of course, saying going “reflect on the last year” is a lot easier said than done. It’s a rather broad task to sum up 365 days in jus a week. That’s why I created this list of must-ask questions to help summarize the year and guide you in the next one.