Here are the questions:
1. How many established goals have you honored?
2. What’s the most interesting place you’ve explored?
3. What’s the most valuable book you’ve read?
4. What good habit have you developed?
5. What’s the most out-of-your-comfort-zone thing you’ve done?
6. Who have you meaningfully connected to?
7. What have you improved about yourself?
8. What have you done for the first time?
9. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned?
10. How have you contributed to someone else’s life?
My full answers are safe and sound in Microsoft Word. I really connected with this list, though. I saw a new state (Washington), read some great books (which should be evident from this blog's usual content), eaten more vegetables since just about forever, turned an old acquaintance into a friend, learned the true value of dishwashers, and pondered the metaphysical, among many other things. Lists like these are good ways for those of us who don't keep diaries to track some things we remember now but might not in a few years.