Grab this year in review printable to take a look at the ups and downs from this past year. 2023 was a big year of change for so many people – was it a big year of change for you?
Whether or not you had a year of change, it’s still important for growth to look back and reflect on all that you have accomplished, learned, experienced, lost, etc.
Reflecting on the past year is one of my favorite things to do in December. I think it’s important to think about all of the wonderful moments from the year and to also think about what could have been better.
By reflecting on your year, you can make a plan for the future. Starting a new year is the perfect time to set new goals for yourself. Completing this year-end reflection page will help you do just that.
2023 Year in Review Printable
The 2023 year in review printable is pretty self-explanatory. But here is how I use each heading. I prefer not to share my own year in review because it is a personal page for me and I am always very honest with myself when I complete it.
- favorite moments – I write down my favorite events/activities/days from the year
- bumps in the road – I write down the moments that were difficult or sad
- made it happen – I write down any major goals I accomplished
- lessons learned – I write down things that I learned
- places visited – I write down places I visited (it doesn’t have to be a vacation. It can just be things like friend’s houses or going to Target a lot).
- how can I make 2024 better? – I write down one summary sentence on something I’d like to do to make next year even better.
- favorites – I write down my favorites from the year. This is like a currently page only it covers the entire year.
After 2020, I created a second version which I included again this year. In place of places visited, I have put home projects. So if you were more of a homebody this year or you are an avid DIY’er, select the second option.
How to Use the Year in Review Printable?
You can use it in any way that you’d like. But, the most common ways people use it are
- As a planner printable
- In a digital planner
- In the classroom as a student assignment
- Printed out for personal reflection
- In a journal or notebook
- Complete it as a family
- Have your children complete it as a keepsake each year
- …and more!
What is Included?
Your year in review printable set includes
- 2 year in review versions
- Letter size (Big Happy Planner)
- Classic Happy Planner size
- PDF files
- JPG files
- PNG files (letter size only)
I have included image files for my digital planner users. The letter size PNG has a transparent background so it can be used on any digital page – no matter the color.
Goal Setting Worksheets
Looking for worksheets to plan your goals for the new year? I have them up on my blog for free, too! You can get the free goal setting worksheets here.
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- What to try out digital planning? My favorite digital planning app is GoodNotes.
Have a differently sized planner or a traveler’s notebook? No worries! You can print the letter size calendar for any size planner. You can read the full directions on how to resize planner printables here (including videos).
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