End of the Year Reflecting…

While I’m not crazy about the frigid temps, I am excited about reflecting on the past year. I have a lot to be proud of and a lot to be thankful for, but there are also some mistakes that I’ve made that I’d like to correct. Traditionally, I go through two processes for reviewing the year:

1. Year in Review Scrapbook Page

This is when I toot my own horn… with photos and a short list I write down all the amazing things that happen within a year.

2. Annual Review

I discovered this a few years ago and I’m absolutely addicted. It is way better than New Year’s Resolutions because it forces you to hold yourself accountable. Here is the link: http://chrisguillebeau.com/3×5/how-to-conduct-your-own-annual-review/

This year, while reading Gwen Bell’s blog, I came across this little treasure:

This year I plan to participate in Reverb10 which requires a daily response from December 1st – December 31st. Here is the link: http://750words.com/reverb10. I signed up today and will be posting on my blog about my experience.

How do you reflect on the year? Do you believe in New Year’s Resolutions?

6 thoughts on “End of the Year Reflecting…

  1. I am signing up! I usually take an excursion to a quiet place for half the day and reflect on the year, its challenges, and its triumphs, etc. I then make some progressive resolutions as I like to call them. Underneath each resolution, I make smaller sub-goals that will help me stay on track as I move towards bigger resolution.

  2. Probably not enough time to do it this year, but next year, let’s plan a end of the year, “Girl’s Conference.” What do you think? So glad you joined Reverb10. Are you going to blog about it?

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