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Monday, December 22, 2008

New Year's Reflection Form


Happy Soon-to-Be New Year!

I wanted to share with you the form my friends and I use on New Year's Eve to reflect on the past year and make plans for the new year. We spend some quiet time filling out the forms individually, and then we go around the circle sharing each piece. Next we set goals for the new year and share those. Finally, we make collages to visually represent the kind of year we want to have. You can find the form here.

See some of my past collages pictured above and below:




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2 comments:

Loaf said...

In college, my friends and I used to always make similar collages, one for the old year, one for the new. What a fantastic idea. And thank you for sharing the form! I will definitely be filling this out with my beloved on New Year's!

kaitlin.wainwright said...

Such a wonderful idea, Sara! I'm not sure how I feel about the meaning behind the Ikea chair, but hey--that's what makes it personal, and part of the joy of sharing.

I was at a local coffee shop yesterday, and a gentleman sat down next to me, and we started having a very similar conversation to what probably follows when you and your loved ones gather on New Year's. It was very reflective, and though it felt odd at the time, since I didn't know him, I have started to recognize the value of being reflective!

This is a great idea!

Be well,
Kaitlin

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