5 Questions to Ask in 2015


There is some benefit to waking up in the middle of the night with a baby. For example, I brainstorm life-coaching experiences like this one.

I don’t know about you, but I find it helpful to resolve who I want to be instead of what I want to do. After all, who I am determines what I do and how I do it.

Consider investing in a 1-hour personal retreat to think about these questions as you prepare for a meaningful year:

1. How do I want to feel this year? (Try to create a list of 5 accurate words. If you need help coming up with something, ask yourself, “How do I want to feel in my relationship with God? How do I want to feel at home? With my friends? At work?)

2. What do I need to do in order to feel that way? (Next to each feeling, list 1 – 3 things that need to be a part of your lifestyle in order to fuel the feeling you desire.)

3. How do I want other people to feel because of me?

4. What do I want other people to do because they’ve been with me?

5. How, then, shall I live this year?

Here’s to your beautiful year! What a wonderful gift from God.







One response to “5 Questions to Ask in 2015”

  1. Mary Avatar

    This post has been such a blessing to me this morning, Laura! Thanks for writing. 🙂

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