It’s the end of the day and things are winding down. Time to take stock of what happened and review. This is a great moment to reflect on the good things in your life, recognize areas where you have improved, and notice other things that came up to work toward.
The act of writing down your review of the day will help to solidify in your mind the direction of your life. It is a great way to track your physical, spiritual, and emotional progress. I encourage you to build your own end of day reflection routine. Remember to keep the routine simple and achievable so you know that you will do it every night. Here are some sample questions to get you started:
What went well today?
How often did I feel happy? What was I doing when I was happy?
Did today matter?
If today was my last day, would I be happy with it?
List 5-10 things I’m grateful for.
How can I make tomorrow better?
Who can I forgive?
What can I let go of?
What was today’s lesson?
How would I describe today in one word?
What didn’t go well today?
What did I learn about myself today?
Where can I send some healing energy out into the world?
What did I do that was nice today?
Here are some activities that you could add to your end of day reflection time:
- Day Dreaming
- Drinking Tea
Here’s a sample of my end of day reflection prompts:
What does your end of day reflection look like? Do you have any additional questions to suggest? Write me below in the comments!