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Last Updated on June 29, 2022 by melissanreynolds
If you’re a planner and an analyzer like me, you’re probably applying this to your chronic illness journey. And it’s about that time of year to start our evaluations.
I like to treat myself like I’m a human in addition to having a chronic illness, in other words I don’t focus solely on the illness. So part of my year end round up includes questions like:
End of Year Review
What was my top five for this year?
- Going to a Celine Dion concert (this was a bucket list/life goal!)
- Publishing Melissa vs Fibromyalgia: My Journey Fighting Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue and Insomnia (this was a bucket list/life goal!)
- Managing to work 24 hours despite two tiny children and early pregnancy
- Starting my Etsy shop
- Going to Hawaii
What did I learn?
- Improved my (amateur) graphic design skills
- About SEO (through a course on Lynda.com)
What was my low five?
- Severe pelvis issues in pregnancy
- Having to stop work (due to above issues)
- Not being able to exercise (due to above issues)
What happened in my health journey this year? What did I try, what improved and what got worse?
- LDN really helped me to cope despite a pregnancy, two tiny children, a part time job, severe pelvis issues and life.
Planning Ahead for 2019
Goals to carry over to next year?
- My general sense of pacing limits – don’t get pushed back to work too soon or too much.
- Survive the first year of being a mama of three!
- Start a Virtual Assistant business so that I can work from home and use less childcare for tiny children.
Things I want to Learn
- More digital skills
Things I’d Like to Try for My Health
- I’d like to redo some old experiments now that the Low Dose Naltrexone is making such a difference with sleep, I feel some things might have more effect now.
As I like to do I made myself a template with these questions and you can sign up for a FREE copy of My End of Year Review here.
One thought on “End of Year Health, Life and Goals Review Plus Free Printable to do Your Own”
I love this, it’s a very concise review and look ahead which makes it feel more manageable. I need to do something similar myself. Great idea on the printables, those will be very useful! 🙂