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20 questions for a New Year’s Eve reflection

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.

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. Either way, I hope it’s a blessing to you.

Tomorrow, I’ll share another list of questions that you can use to prepare for 2011. Can you believe it’s already here?

Enjoy your day, and I’ll see you tomorrow!

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  1. Susie Davis

    Oh, Tsh … you’re a girl after my own heart. I love this. Happy New Year!

  2. Daniel

    Thanks for sharing your document TSH, I will printed and fill it as a school boy would do it. I just would like to share something that might be helpful for all.
    Answering this question:
    What was biggest thing you learned this past year?
    I learned that getting a responsibility no matter whether it corresponds to you makes you improve greatly, and more important, never drop off your decisions no matter if things start looking wrong.

  3. Lorelie

    this is just what i was looking for today! thank you for sharing and i’m also checking out your book. i have a group of friends that would love what i’ve seen so far. happy 2011!

  4. Nina

    I love these questions and answer them every year!

    Best wishes to you for a happy and blessed 2011!

  5. Alison @ Femita

    Happy new year to everyone over at Simple Living Media, I hope 2011 will be an awesome year for you, personally and professionally.

  6. Living the Balanced Life

    This is a great list of reflective questions, thanks so much for sharing Tsh!

  7. Ana

    I love this! Thanks so much – used this for myself. May I post these questions in our alumni cybernewsletter? I will post the credit. Thank you!

  8. Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable

    Can you believe it’s already time for the New Year!!! These are great question Tsh! Very reflective:) Happy New Year to you and your family!

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