Looking Back on 2013: 13 Questions to Ask Yourself
We’re looking forward to starting a new year, and we hope you are, too! Get into a habit of regularly reflecting on your life and giving gratitude for yourself, loved ones, experiences and even trials and tribulations—in those moments we often learn the most. Sometime over the next couple of days, answer these questions below and take a moment to look back over the year before you close the book on another chapter.

How much have you accomplish in 2013?

What health goals did I achieve?

I am most grateful for:

Three events that made me a stronger person:

My top five moments from 2013 are:

Five things I’m most proud of:

Three things I learned from others:

I laughed hysterically when:

How have I helped others in 2013?

If I could have one do-over, I would:
*Don’t beat yourself up, just reflect. And if you’re struggling, read 5 Tips for Letting Go of Regret.

I forgive myself for:

The best lesson I learned in 2013 is:

What things did I do in 2013 to feed my mind?

What happened in 2013 that I will remember forever?

Tomorrow marks a new day and a new year! Hug your loved ones, give thanks for another year and get ready to make 2014 your best year yet. Wishing you and yours a healthy, Happy New Year!