Grab these reflective New Year’s questions and write down your answers. Also, ask your family and friends these New Year’s Eve Reflection questions to spark meaningful conversations. This year has been challenging, but I don’t think we should ignore the good, bad, and ugly of 2020. Let’s pause, reflect, and ring in the new year in the right direction.
What to do with these New Year’s Questions
These New Year’s Eve questions include topics such as goal setting, reflecting and sharing memories both good and bad. Consider writing down your answers or if you are brave, recording them on video or audio. Come back a year from now and see how far you have come. Perhaps, your goals changed or you met your goals.
If you are answering these conversation starters in a group, you will learn so much about each other and perhaps you can keep each other accountable in the new year. When I write down or share my goals with others, I am more likely to reach them. Plus, there is always an opportunity to learn from your answers to growing as a person. My husband and I like to reset every year and share our reflections of the past year and hopes for the new. This helps us understand each other and work together in the right direction.
New Year’s Conversation Starters
- Your number one goal for next year
- The biggest lesson you learned this year
- The biggest risk you took this year.
- A way you grew emotionally this year.
- Something you want to do the same next year.
- Best advice you received this year.
- A new skill you want to learn next year.
- Something you want to do for someone next year.
- Your number one goal for next year.
- Something you want to do differently.
- Your word for the next year.
- A place you want to visit next year.
- An unexpected joy this past year.
- One new thing you tried this year.
- An unexpected obstacle this year.
- The biggest thing you learned.
- The best books you read this year.
- Three words to describe this year.
- Something that made you belly laugh.
- Best movie you watched this year.
- The biggest problem you solved this year.
- The best day of the year.
- A new skill you learned.
- The funniest thing that happened to you.
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More Family Conversation Starters
Keep important conversations going year-round. Don’t forget to grab these conversation starters:
- Year in Review printable for kids
- Date Night Questions for Married Couples
- Questions to Ask Your Parents Now
- 20 Questions for Kids to Ask Their Grandparents
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