I was always a note-person. I write diaries, a blog (höhö) and thousands of To-Do-lists. Every single day. I need to visualize EVERYTHING. Sometimes I even draw my to do’s, hopes and dreams. Which is also a part for manifesting but that’s not what I want to talk about today.

Journaling is one of the most important things to me, when it comes to self-growth, self-developing and even for understanding myself a bit more. I came across some questions lately under the title 20 Questions for Self Discovery and I thought they were great!

So I wrote down some of them and added some of my own. They will help you visualize your current stage in self-discovery and show where there is space for improvement but also, show you what you already have and you should be proud of. So take a journal and start answering the following questions.

30 Questions for Self-Growth

  1. How do I feel at the moment?
  2. What do I need more of in my life? How can I get these things?
  3. What would make me happier right now?
  4. What do I love about myself?
  5. What am I grateful for?
  6. Who means the world to me? Why?
  7. When have I done something I thought I couldn’t do?
  8. What can I do to take better care of myself?
  9. What bothers me? Why? How can I solve the problem?
  10. Where would I want to live if I could live anywhere in the world?
  11. Who do I look up to? why?
  12. What needs to happen to make it an amazing year?
  13. What do I need to do to go out of my comfort zone?
  14. What is my definition of success?
  15. What quote do I love? Why?
  16. What qualities do you admire in others? How can I learn them?
  17. If life stops today. What would you regret not doing?
  18. What do you wish you did more of? How can I do it more in the future?
  19. What are my most important goals this year? How can I achieve them?
  20. If you were financially free, what would you do?


  1. Katia Kaiser
    25. January 2019 / 11:44

    Nice! Gonna right those down in my journal 🙂

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