I found these 7 questions that helped me to put everything into perspective
2. What am I resisting?
Often in life there are things to be done that are important, but because they are not urgent or enjoyable we resist doing them.
Oh dear, my basement still lurks and the attic is waiting patiently.
3. What did I do well?
It’s so important to celebrate, or at the very least recognize, our successes. A mental pat on the back feels great, and is likely to help you do well again in the coming week.
I really did well on being able to get out and clear some snow. I had my doubts but did do it. Truthfully Wednesday and Thursday left me with little energy at all after the snow jobs were over
4. What can I do better?
If something didn’t work out for you this week , don’t dwell on it too much. Instead, turn in into a positive by focusing on what you can learn from the experience and how you can do better.
5. Did I live in alignment with my values and principles?
Another way to ask this question is: were you the person you want to be during the past week?
I really think I was. I was able to put a lot of prayer in to each day and spent time too with reading both my Bible study and also some inspirational books. No matter how tired I am, I can always do that.
6. Did I get closer to achieving my goals?
Often time goes so quick that you wonder where the week went. Still, it’s good to feel as if you have at least made progress towards achieving your goals.
7. What am I grateful for?
Often as human beings we get so caught up in wanting more that we forget what we have. Don’t take your friends, family, and health for granted. These are some of the most important things in life and cannot be replaced with money.