Fill out this free printable road map worksheet to cover your biggest moments and your end of the year reflections.
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END OF THE YEAR REFLECTIONS
So you’re doing your best to live with intention…but even then you sometimes aren’t sure where the days, weeks, and months have gone. I mean I feel like summer just ended, but here we are decorating the Christmas tree!
Sometimes when I approach the end of a year, I look back and think, what did we do this year? I may instantly recall a big trip or a major event, but it’s the little stuff that gets lost along the way. A few years ago I began something I saw in someone’s bullet journal on Pinterest. They tracked their most memorable events of the year on one piece of paper.
What road have you traveled this year? Has it been easy? Hard? Wonderful? Awful? Chances are, it was a mixture of both. You might want to remember the hard stuff to reflect on it later to see how far you’ve come. Or you might want to leave it far behind and only write down the joys along the way.
Either way, I think it’s a great idea for anyone wanting to grow in their personal or spiritual life to track their progress. You may be surprised at all you’ve accomplished this year!
Here are some things you could write down.:
- Personal Events (like vacations and birthdays)
- Business Progress (goals you’ve reached)
- Kid’s Growth (milestones and activities)
- Health Tracker (flareups, weight loss)
- Or a combination of a few!
MY PERSONAL ROAD MAPS
Here are a few of my examples of road maps I created from 2016-2018. I am so glad I have these records to see how far I’ve come! There are even events I’ve completely forgotten about that are fun to remember. I’ve included the good, bad and the ugly, but make your roadmap your own! You can see my personality throughout, so use yours too!
PRINT YOUR OWN ROADMAP WORKSHEET
Originally I created my year reflection in a bullet journal where I had to draw the entire thing out. I’ve gone ahead and included a printable that you can fill out to write down big events in your year. Don’t remember what you did back in April? Look back at your photos on your phone and use the dates as guidelines.
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE…
For more posts on the New Year, check out:
- Start the New Year off Right with this Printable Goal Setting Workbook
- Creating Family Goals for the New Year
- Countdown The New Year With These 10 Family Activities
- Motivational Quotes to Encourage You to Reach Your Goals
- My Favorite Tools for Goal Setting
You’ve got this!
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