Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions

New Year's Eve is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and celebrate the possibilities of the new year ahead. Traditionally, we set resolutions and goals to work on for the next 365 days (or so), others come up with "one little word" as a type of motto to live by. I've never had much luck with resolutions, so this year I wanted to be able to really stop and take some time to reflect on the things that have happened over this past year.

Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions

These New Year's Eve Reflection Questions aren't so much questions as they are prompts to get you and your family, friends, and/or party guests talking about this past year and hopes for the new year! It's a fun way to bring back some moments you may have forgotten, and to get to know each other a little better. Kids will also have a fun time hearing funny or interesting stories, and sharing their own!

Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions

I'm sure we all spent a lot of time sharing memes, jokes, and watching strange and hilarious viral videos along the way. That's why I made sure to throw in a few cards so you can keep sharing the laughs. You never know - you might have a guest who missed out on Chewbacca Mom or how Ted Kruz looks like Kevin from The Office!!

Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions

There are 36 cards in this Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions. Print the cards on cardstock, cut, and place in a hat or bowl for you and your New Year's Eve guests to choose from and answer.

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Free Printable New Year's Eve Reflection Questions

I'm really excited to get these cards out at our New Year's Eve party this weekend and hear all the different answers shared from my friends and family about their year. 

What's one word you would use to describe the past year?

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