Resolutions for change for 2011 cloudy memories of the past year. I don’t want to forget that year. Perusing the Boston Globe Sunday, I found a Year in Review. Taking it reveals ‘What was your aha moment in 2010? Who was most influential in your life during those 12 months? What small achievement meant the most?’
Celebrate the past, be curious about the future, and learn from rich history. Go forward and act on your inclinations!
A Year in Review
In 2010, I gained ________.
I lost ________.
I stopped ________.
I started ________.
I was hugely satisfied by ________.
And frustrated by ________.
I am so embarrassed that I ________.
Once again, I ________.
Once again, I did not ________.
The biggest physical difference between me last December and this December is ________.
I loved spending time ________.
Why did I spend even two minutes ________?
I should have spent more time ________.
I regret buying ________.
I will never regret buying ________ even though with that money I could have bought ________.
I ________ way too much.
I didn’t ________ enough.
________ drove me crazy.
Was ________ crazier than ever last year? Or was it me?
The most relaxing place I went was ________.
I feel so ________ when I write that down.
Why did I go to ________?
The best thing I did for someone else was ________.
The best thing I did for myself was ________.
The best thing someone did for me was ________.
The one thing I’d like to do again, but do it better, is ________.
From Beverly Beckham, The Boston Globe, 1.2.10.