About those 365 Questions

So, I’m reading the questions for January and to be honest, I think most of them are insipid.  I mean  – who really cares who the last person to call me on the phone was?   Will I care in 5 years?  Doubtful.

A couple of days ago, I posted that Consistently is my word of the year.   I started the 365 question project with the purpose of establishing a daily habit of self reflection.  Not necessarily a marathon session with my journal – but a quick look at my day.  What was good, what was not, etc.

After posting responses to the 365 Question prompts, I don’t think the questions are all that helpful for the introspection I want to do.

I’m thinking instead I should answer the same questions every day:

  • How did I feel LIGHT?
  • How did I feel PLEASURE?
  • How did I feel OPEN?

So, I’m being consistent in my pursuit to establish the habit.  I am changing the vehicle (the questions) of the pursuit.

And a random question  – does anyone use a Moleskine journal on a regular basis?  I’m seriously thinking about purchasing one for myself.  I bought a Moleskine weekly engagement book and am incredibly impressed with the quality.


About Maura

an erstwhile former weight management blogger writing about life without diet should's and should not's filter.
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2 Responses to About those 365 Questions

  1. Zazamataz says:

    I agree that the generic questions may not be what you were looking for – though as you’ve noted, some of them trigger useful insights. Also I like your idea of quickly reviewing your day. You’ll find what combination works best for you.

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