Self Improvement Quizzes

Check out my Self Improvement Quizzes!

Balanced Life Quiz

Take this quiz and find out which areas of your life are out of balance.

PLUS when you finish the quiz you will get a FREE BALANCED LIFE PRINTABLE to help you track your progress towards a balanced life.

Find out how to use this quiz and the balanced life printable as part of your Self Reflection Day – Self Reflection Day to Find Your Focus.

Welcome to our Balanced Life Quiz

The quiz has 45 questions, covering 8 different topics:

Finances - Health - Friendships - Home

Mental Health - Family - Career & Education - Spirituality

At the end of the quiz, you will be asked for your email address so we can send you your results.

You will also receive FREE access to our Balanced Life Circle printable.

Note: When you provide your email address we will add you to our newsletter list. You can unsubscribe at any time from the newsletter with just one click of a button!

I often spend time helping others

I feel I am reaching my full potential

I feel good about myself and have confidence in myself
I feel that my life is balanced
I don’t feel embarrassed by my home if someone shows up unexpectedly
Everyone in my home regularly helps with household chores (kids, partner, room-mates etc.)
I have enough money to enjoy my free time and do things I want to do
My income each month is higher than my outgoings
I regularly use relaxation techniques to reduce stress in my life
I can rely on my family to support my decisions
I have a friend (or friends) that I can confide in about my problems
I feel I can keep up with the chores and maintenance of my home
I feel that my home reflects my personality

I feel like I have accomplished something at the end of the day

I get regular exercise that I enjoy
I have fun and laugh daily with my family and/or friends

I am passionate about my work (paid or upaid) and look forward to the work

I remember my friends’ birthdays and enjoy celebrating with them

I spend time expanding my knowledge on different subjects

I don’t normally lose things like my keys, cell phone or purse

I have clear career goals and I know how I’m going to achieve them

I spend time exploring my personal faith to strengthen it
I have a monthly budget that I find easy to stick to
I have a retirement account and contribute to it regularly
I have a close relationship with my family (partner, parents, siblings etc.)
I have a strong sense of purpose in my life
I have an emergency fund with enough money to cover at least 3 months expenses
I feel safe and secure in my home
I regularly take time to connect with my personal faith
I have close friends who I can rely on and they can rely on me
I take time to look after myself
My health is important to me
My children are happy and content most of the time
My home is tidy and organized most of the time
I want a stress-free life
Although I might get upset sometimes I don’t let my emotions control me
My partner and I are satisfied with the amount of intimacy in our relationship
I don’t feel overwhelmed and feel like I have enough time to accomplish all my tasks
My body is aging well
I have good relationships with my work colleagues or peopleI interact with
I am happy with my weight
I make time to see or talk to my friends regularly
I feel at peace with decisions I have made in the past
I mostly eat food that nourishes my body
I am inspired by the world around me to be a better person

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Self-Care Assessment Quiz

This Self-Care Assessment Quiz will help you identify which areas of your self-care routines need more attention.

PLUS when you finish get a FREE SELF-CARE WORKSHEET to plan your new self-care routines to take better care of yourself.

Welcome to our Self-Care Assessment Quiz

The quiz has 60 questions, covering 6 different topics:

Mind - Relationships - Emotions - Body - Spirituality - Work

At the end of the quiz, you will be asked for your email address so we can send you your results.

You will also receive FREE access to our Self-Care Worksheet printable.

This printable will help you examine your current self-care routines and plan new ones.

Note: When you provide your email address we will add you to our newsletter list. You can unsubscribe at any time from the newsletter with just one click of a button!

Find a spiritual connection or community
Be open to inspiration
Arrange workspace so it is comfortable and comforting
Be aware of the non-material aspects of my life
Stay in contact with long distance friends (more than just through Facebook)
Intentionally minimize stress in my life
Set limits with clients, colleagues, and friends
Make time for reflection

Use positive affirmations to praise myself

Spend time with my pets
Spend time with others whose company I enjoy
Be open to not knowing
Read books that are unrelated to work
Take breaks from cellphones, email and the internet
Call, check on or see my relatives
Sharing my hopes, fears or secrets with someone I love
Be curious and seek enrichment in life
Make quiet time to complete tasks
Take a break during the workday (e.g. lunch)
Tell my loved ones that I care for them
Ask for help when I need it
Find things that make me laugh
Schedule regular dates with my partner
Identify comforting activities, places, people and seek them out
Make time to see friends
Regularly dance, swim, walk, play a sport, sing or other fun physical activity
Listen to my thoughts, feelings, attitudes etc.
Balance my workload so that I don't get overwhelmed on some days
Re-read favorite books or re-watch favorite movies
Allow myself to cry
Enlarge my social circle
Take time to be intimate with partner and/or myself
Ask for feedback from superiors and peers
Get medical care when needed
Experience new things (e.g. go to an art show, a sporting event or theatre)

Identify tasks or projects that are interesting and exciting to me

Keep a gratitude journal
Contribute to causes in which I believe
Spend time in nature
Read inspirational book or listen to inspirational music or podcasts
Get enough sleep
Eat healthily
Write in a journal regularly
Allow others to do things for me
Take breaks or vacations
Negotiate for my needs (e.g. benefits, pay raise etc.)
Eat regularly (e.g. breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Have a peer support group
Take time off and rest when sick
Take day trips or mini-vacations
Set boundaries and say no extra responsibilities sometimes
Make time for self-reflection
Pray or meditate regularly
Take time to chat with co-workers and friends
Get regular medical care for prevention (e.g. annual wellness check-ups)
Identify what is meaningful in my life
Schedule regular activities with my children
Stay in contact with important people in my life
Love myself

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