Celebrating the Summer that Was

Celebrating Summer

One of the things that has had a major impact on both my productivity and my enjoyment of life has been discovering my rhythm. A profound part of that has been learning to work with the seasons. The 3-month length of a season seems just right for creating a focus, making a change and bringing a project to life. Add in the natural energies of summer, fall, winter and spring and you’ve got magic!

With transition just around the corner, it’s time to cherish the season we’re leaving behind before we start our dreaming for the next.

Here are some journal prompts to help you celebrate and learn from the summer (or winter) that was!

What season are you celebrating (eg. Summer of 2015)?

What were the major events of the season?

What was the mood or tone of this season?

Where did your interests lie this season?

What did you create or accomplish this season?

How would you describe the “you” that you have been this season?

How would you describe your summer style?

What contributed to your well-being this season?

Who did you hang out with this season?

What are you proud of this season?

What did you learn (or re-learn) this season?

What grew this season?

What was left behind?

If you were to describe this season in one sentence, what would it be?

If you were to choose one image to represent this season, what would it be?

What do you want to remember as you step into next season?

Generally, what do you enjoy about this season (eg. summer, winter, fall, spring)?

What did you enjoy about this particular season?

What do you want to make note of for the next time this season rolls around?

What do you want to celebrate?

I also made a PDF of these Journal Prompts for you.

Download the Celebrate the Season that Was PDF here.

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6 comments

  1. Jeanine says:

    More journal prompts! Thank you. I took a few extra minutes to really look through the prompts and these will have to be saved to reuse. Really some good questions here. Again…thank you.

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