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Want to plan and set goals for the spring? Super! But before you do that print this worksheet and reflect on your winter so that you’ll find out what went well, what you want to improve and what kind of things you want more in your life.

Before planning and setting goals it’s important to reflect on the past. What went well? What did you enjoy? What are you grateful for? I’ve created a pretty and practical winter reflection worksheet that’ll help you and guide you to reflect on your winter before setting new goals for the spring.

I hope you like it!

The other articles/planner sheets of the series are:

  • Reflect on your winter before setting goals for the spring worksheet (this post)
  • One-page spring calendar for March, April and May (2020) (coming next Saturday)
  • Spring plans and goals worksheet  (coming in a few weeks)
  • Extra: Still planning it! (coming in a few weeks)

Reflect on your winter before setting goals for the spring {free worksheet}

Before setting new goals it’s important to reflect on the past. 

Reflection helps you to identify what went well, learn from the mistakes you might have made and it gives you great ideas, perspective and even if done well might even make you happier. 

I’ve created a “feel-good” reflection worksheet that’ll help you reflect on your winter before planning and setting goals for the spring. 

I want you to succeed and to have the best spring ever and to feel good about yourself while doing that. And I think that reflection is a big part for that to happen.

I’ll walk you through the Winter Reflection Worksheet and I hope it’ll help you take a moment to pause, feel good about yourself and to prepare you to set amazing goals for the spring.

Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift

What’s on the winter reflection worksheet

The winter reflection worksheet includes the following sections: 

  • The highlight of the winter
  • The nicest thing(s) that happened
  • Emoji that describes your feelings
  • The most fun you had
  • The new thing you learned or tried
  • The mini goals you achieved
  • Your favorite things
  • The people you spent most time with
  • What you’re grateful for

This winter reflection worksheet is a simple and fun way to reflect on the past before setting goals and planning for the future. 

It’s good to look into the past and learn from it, but it’s also wonderful to remember (and even relive!) all those beautiful and important moments that happened. And this Reflect On Your Winter worksheet is like a diary page and a feel-good way to do so.

This is a perfect addition to your letter size planner or you can use it as is.

So go the SaturdayGift printables library and get your worksheet and print it out, or you can download the printable at the end of this post. And next I’ll guide you through it.

If you’d like to reflect on the past 12 months, then you can find a worksheet to do that from this post:

>>> Reflect on the past year. <<<

Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift

Materials you’ll need

How to use the winter Reflection worksheet

I always encourage you to use all of the worksheets, planner pages and other printables I create in whatever way it suits you the best, but I also like to give some tips and ideas how they can be used. 

So here is the step-by-step guide how you can use the winter reflection worksheet.

I’ve divided it into four sections: 1) Fun and feelings 2) Goals and learning 3) Your favorite things 4) You and others

Fun and feelings

This section is about the nice things, fun moments, highlights and your feelings.

1. The highlight of this winter was: 

Here you can write the one big thing that made you feel extra good or that happened to you. It doesn’t have to be a trip to a far-away place or a big event. It can be something that moved you, changed you or that you’ll remember for a very long time.

2. The nicest thing(s) that happened:

Here you can write something nice that someone did to you, or something nice that you did to someone, or anything that made you smile. 

3. The most fun you had was:

Here you can write some super fun event, like something that made you laugh like you’ve never laughed before.

4. Emoji that describes your feelings: 

I think this is fun! Draw here the emoji that describes the overall feeling you had this winter. Be creative! Check the emojis on your phone for inspiration!

Goals and learning

This section is about what you learned and about goals you achieved.

5. The new things you learned or tried: 

Here you can write the things you learned or new things you tried. It can be anything from learning a few words of a foreign language to trying a new dish you never thought you’d try.

It doesn’t have to be anything mind-blowing.

It’s just important for you to see that you’re always improving even though you wouldn’t think much of the things you did.

And if you did do something mind-blowing then that’s awesome!

6. Mini goals you achieved:

You can write here the mini goals you achieved but also if you achieved some bigger goal. 

And remember that a goal doesn’t always have to be something efficient and super-productive.

If your goal was to relax  and take time for yourself during the winter, and you did that, then that’s great!

And if you did have some work-related goal that you achieved or you spent the winter decluttering and organizing your house, then that’s amazing too! 

If you set a goal before winter and you achieved it, then this is the place to write it down and feel good about yourself! 

Your favorite things

Write here your favorite things of the winter:

You favorite…

  • book
  • song
  • food
  • treat
  • trip
  • party/event
  • activity
  • movie/tv-show
  • purchase

Sometimes the most expensive purchase is not the best and sometimes the longest vacation is not our favorite.

What did you enjoy? What was fun? Did some choice surprise you?

You and others

This section is about you and others.

7. The people you spend most time with: 

Who were the people you spent most time with? Was it your family? Was it your friends? Was it your coworkers?

And when you think about the time spent, think about quality time – if you spend time in the same building or area with someone but barely talk to them, it’s not quality time. Who did you talk with a lot? Who did you do fun things with? Write those names down. 

8. What are you grateful for:

Write here the things you were and are grateful for during the winter. Don’t be too generic. Dig deeper and be specific. 

Feeling real gratitude makes you feel instantly good, spiritually wealthy and opens your mind for setting new goals.

NEXT STEPS

You’ve now done amazing job reflecting on your winter and now you’re all prepared to plan and set goals for the spring. 

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Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift

The winter reflection worksheet on looks like this:

And this is how the worksheet looks like. The worksheet (of course) comes without the big bow logo. 

Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift

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How to download the winter reflection worksheet

You can find most of my pretty & practical planner sheet, calendars, worksheets and checklists free from the SaturdayGift Printables Library. 

But this printable you download from here:

Download the Winter Reflection worksheet. 

Tip! I’ve noticed that the printable looks better when it’s first saved to your computer and then printed from there. That way you can choose the printer settings you like to have.

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Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift
Winter reflection worksheet. It's important to reflect before setting goals for the spring {+free worksheet} | Pretty printable | Planner sheet | Goal Planning | Reflect my year | Reflect on life | Achieve your goals | Self Development | Personal Development | Organization | Planning | SaturdayGift | Saturday gift #SaturdayGift
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