Easter, the most tantalising time of the year. The kids are out of school; the days are longer and (most importantly) there’s chocolate aplenty! But before you go and get your sugar-rush on, why don’t you take a few moments to reflect on yourself?

It’s easy to get engulfed in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but it’s often beneficial to pause for a moment and step back from it all. Easter is the perfect time to do just that, and why not spice things up with a little self-reflection?

It doesn’t have to be a solemn affair – it can be as silly or serious as you want it to be. You could take five minutes out of your day to reflect on what you’re grateful for or what goals you want to achieve by next Easter. Or maybe you could make a list of all the chocolate eggs you plan on devouring during this holiday period – that counts too!

In this post, we’ll explore why self-reflection should come before chocolate this Easter season. If you know what i mean..

Explore Your Values and Goals

This Easter, why not take a break from the hunt for eggs and chocolate to take some time to reflect on your life? Sure, it’s not as much fun as stuffing your face with candy, but your future self will thank you.

Take some time to explore what matters to you and what your values are. Think about what kind of life you want for yourself and how you’re going to make it happen. We all have goals in life, so let this Easter be the time where you check in with those goals and see if they’re still meaningful. If not, think about what kind of changes you can make to get back on track.

It might seem intimidating at first, but self-reflection is key for personal growth. So take a pause from munching on chocolate eggs, put your feet up for a bit, and make sure that when the Easter Bunny hops away, he leaves behind an even better version of yourself!

Evaluate Your Progress

In the spirit of Easter, this might be the perfect time to take a step back and review where you’re at in life. Sure, it’s tempting to eat your own body weight in chocolate eggs, but why not take a minute to reflect first? After all, reflecting on the past year can help you appreciate how far you’ve come while also recognising what you can improve on. Besides, if there’s no reflection how are you going to stay motivated?

If it helps you feel any less overwhelmed, break down this reflection period into manageable tasks. For example:

  • Give yourself credit for what you’ve already achieved
  • Identify any areas of improvement
  • Set new goals for the coming year
  • Assess any potential obstacles that might get in your way.

It’s important to remember that even small steps forward count towards progress. Even if it feels like you haven’t accomplished much this past year – don’t forget to celebrate the small wins! So go ahead, stuff your face with chocolate eggs—but before diving into that Lindt bunny make sure you’ve done a bit of self reflection first.

Reflect on Your Strengths and Weaknesses

It’s Easter time, and you know what that means—time for some much needed introspection and self-reflection. What better way to celebrate this beautiful season of growth than by taking stock of your unique strengths and weaknesses? After all, there’s still time left to become the best version of yourself this year.

So why not get a head start on the Easter egg hunts by looking inward and uncovering your areas for improvement? Whether it’s honing your talents or figuring out how to best use them in a positive way, self-reflection is essential for personal growth. Here are some tips to help you with that process:

Take Time to Connect with Yourself

Set aside some quiet time each day to think about who you are and where you want to go in life. This isn’t an exercise in vanity but rather an opportunity to work through any issues or blocks that have been preventing you from achieving success.

Make a List of Strengths and Weaknesses

Don’t be too hard on yourself! It can be easy for us all to forget about our unique talents or unique things we bring to the table. So make sure you remember what makes you special, as well as where you may need help. This will give you a starting point when it comes down to tackling specific goals.

Ask Others For Their Perspective

Feedback is always helpful—ask friends, family members, or even mentors what they think your biggest strengths and weaknesses may be. It’s not always easy hearing someone else’s honest opinion of us, but it can provide us with valuable insights into our own behavior and help us grow.

Consider Ways to Grow

Before you break out the chocolate this Easter, why not do yourself a favor and take some time for self-reflection? Consider ways to grow. Think about what you can do to become the best version of yourself. What opportunities can you take that will lead to personal and professional growth?

No one achieves success overnight, and it takes determination to stay on track and reach your goals. So as you enjoy your Easter this year, think about how you can use the season to help kick off new habits that will help cultivate your success:

  1. Make a commitment – There’s no better time than now to start something new. Make a commitment that fits within your lifestyle and don’t be afraid to challenge yourself.
  2. Set smaller goals – Break bigger goals down into smaller chunks and create actionable steps toward reaching them. Making progress each day will keep you motivated and on track!
  3. Get inspired – Find sources that bring inspiration, like books, podcasts or articles, anything that will ignite your soul to keep pushing forward!
  4. Celebrate Yourself – Give yourself credit where credit is due! Marking milestones along the way is key for staying motivated and focused throughout your journey towards success!

So before diving into the chocolate eggs this Easter, remember to give yourself a moment for self-reflection and consider ways in which you can grow—you might just find there are many more possibilities than chocolate bunnies after all!

Develop Strategies for Change

This Easter, chocolate is not the only thing to consider—have you taken time out for some self-reflection? Just like the Easter eggs that you’ll be celebrating with, there’s something inside of you that can help you grow and develop.

Now, you may be wondering what exactly this self-reflection looks like, so here are some strategies to get you started:

  1. Rearrange your environment: Start by taking a look around your environment—is it helping or hindering your growth? If it’s the latter, think about how you can switch things up a bit to encourage better habits.
  2. Get slow and intentional: Instead of just quickly going through the motions of your daily life, take a moment to mindfully reflect on each task at hand. This will help keep your values in check and make sure that everything is in alignment with who you want to be.
  3. Start building better relationships: Use this Easter period as an opportunity to build stronger relationships with family and friends—connecting with loved ones will help bring clarity as well as provide moral support during times of change or challenge.

By taking time out for self-reflection this Easter period, it’s an opportunity for not just enjoying sweet treats but also focusing on yourself and the areas where growth and development is possible.

Create an Action Plan

This Easter period is the perfect time to take a step back and really think about how you want to grow and what actions you need to take. It’s all about taking action, but it starts with self-reflection. Whether it’s finding out what you’re passionate about, writing down your goals or even just having a good, honest chat with yourself—take the time to get clear on what you want and why.

Once you’ve done that, it’s time to create an action plan that’ll help get you there. Here are some things that can help:

  1. Set small achievable goals—it’ll help keep you focused when things get tough
  2. Break down those goals into actionable steps—that way, it won’t feel so overwhelming!
  3. Check in with yourself on a regular basis and make sure you stay on track—you deserve it!
  4. Reach out for support when needed—there’s no shame in getting a little extra help once in a while
  5. Celebrate your successes along the way—each small step is an amazing accomplishment!


So, this Easter, enjoy the chocolate but don’t forget to pause, breathe and reflect on the bigger picture. With some self-reflection, you can gain a deeper understanding of yourself, the world around you and how you can make the most of this time.

When you look back on this Easter time, you won’t just remember the Easter eggs and rabbits – you’ll remember personal growth, the conversations had and the joy of taking a break to explore and appreciate the finer moments.

We hope you make the most of this Easter period, and that you take the time to sit back and share in the deliciousness of moments, both big and small!


CEO | Wellness Coach | Cert. L.C. MAC | MSc Public Health | RM | RN | Mother. Combines over 15 years in Nursing and Midwifery to help mums put their wellness first, restore their bodies to their former weight and energy!

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