End of Year Journal Prompts

by Evie Hudson January 20, 2022 2 min read

End of Year Journal Prompts

2021 was a perfect example of how crazy and unpredictable life can be. In the midst of all the insecurity we aim to find things we can control & focus on those things that can help adapt and change our focus. If you don't journal, this can be a goal for 2022! It doesn't have to be every day, it doesn't even have to be constant,It's just important to put pen to paper and let the feelings flow. Did you know that writing your goals with pen makes you more likely to commit to them. Also if you are going to write some goals for 2022, this can be the perfect starting point :)
Also remember it's okay to not feel okay sometimes, we can assure 2020 & 2021 has seen some of the biggest struggles throughout personal and business life, just remember you aren't alone x


  1. Three things I did this year that I’m proud of?
  2. The best thing that happened the past year?
  3. What are some of the changes I have experienced in myself?
  4. Five things I’m grateful for that happened on 2021?
  5. A list with the best books/movies/shows I read/watched this past year?
  6. What did I accomplish this year?
  7. A memory from 2021 that makes me smile:
  8. How were my relationships this year? Did I let go anyone this year or created new ones?
  9. Who has made the biggest impact on you this year?
  10. Who or what inspires you most?
  11. What can you do today that you didn’t think was possible a year ago?
  12. What is one habit you would like to change?
  13. What were your career highlights this year?
  14. What excites you about the future?
  15. What was the most challenging part of this year for me?
  16. What are my most important goals for next year?
  17. What is something that was hard early in the year that’s easier now?
  18. What did you learn about yourself this year that surprised you?
  19. What are the nicest things people said to me this year?
  20. List the top 10 most worthwhile things you did this year. What did you learn about yourself in the process?
  21. List the top 10 most regrettable things you did this year? How have these things reconstructed your view on failure?
  22. Which coping mechanisms did you resort to when you experienced stress, fear, guilt, and anxiety? What could you have done differently to react to these things in a more controlled and healthier way?
  23. Do you honestly think you’ve made the most of this year? Why or why not?
  24. If you were to go back in time and start this year over, what changes would you have made?
  25. Are my start of year goals still important to me?
  26. What am I going to focus on in 2022?


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