Goal-setting questions for a new year

20 questions for reflecting on the past year

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by Tsh

Tsh is the founder of this blog and lives in Bend, Oregon with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.

Happy New Year’s Eve! Today I’m over on (in)courage, sharing my annual list of questions I use to reflect on the previous year. Head over there to read the post and to share your thoughts.

Then, head back here and download the free PDF of questions. Use it to journal in solitude or to chat with a group of friends over the next few days. Either way, I hope it’s a blessing to you.

Included in the free PDF is a coupon code for $1 off my e-book, One Bite at a Time, in the download linked above. If you haven’t yet, mosey over to 52 Bites and download yourself a copy—it’s a great way to start off the new year. Or, you can buy it in a bundle of other fabulous e-books from fellow bloggers like Crystal Paine and Stephanie Langford—a stellar price at $7.40.

Soon I’ll share another round of annual questions that’ll help you plan your goals for 2013. What are your plans? Your hopes? What would you like to happen for you personally, for your children, for your family? Be intentional, and jot down some ideas so that you can create a workable plan.

Enjoy the day, and I’ll see you in 2013!

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