Fun Year End Team Building or Party Idea

When you open yourself up to others you can build stronger relationships, here is a fun Mad Lib that you can do at a party or for a year-end team building event.

2013 Year in Review Mad Lib

 “In 2013, I finally chucked my (embarrassing closet lurker). I’ll never tell how long I’d had it. The most delicious thing I ate in 2013 was (OMG-SO-TASTY meal). Last year, (name of your bud/mom/guy) was my biggest fan. Thanks, boo! Because I rocked (fab accomplishment), in 2014 I will treat myself to (Kimye*-level indulgence). Too bad the song(your personal favorite song) can’t start playing when I walk into a room. The nicest thing someone said to me last year was (great compliment). My happiest nonprofit moment was (sappy selfless moment.) I was scared when I (feat of strength/bravery). But I did it anyway, and I felt so (teary-eyed emotion). Next, I want to (activity). This year, I will reserve more time for (feel-good priority) and less time for (lame waste of time). Gotta get myself in gear.”

Take-away: Open up to others to find more about yourself.  Here are my answers!

Bridget’s 2013 Year in Review Mad Lib 

“In 2013, I finally chucked my collection of old t-shirts.  I’ll never tell how long I’d had it. The most delicious thing I ate in 2013 was Brick Mac & Cheese, soooo yummy.  Last year, Michelle Hensel was my biggest fan. Thanks, boo! Because I rocked growing the chamber membership, in 2013 I will treat myself to  vacation somewhere warm.  Too bad the song Hit Me With Your Best Shot can’t start playing when I walk into a room.

The nicest thing someone said to me last year was that I was the meanest nice person they had ever met.

My happiest nonprofit moment was helping connect nonprofits in our community to each other and potential donors.

I was scared when I started this new position,

But I did it anyway, and I felt so AMAZING to see it grow by 653%!

(Adapted from Self, January 2012, Pg 22).

Next, I want to enjoy it!

This year, I will reserve more time  for ME  and less time for COMPLAINERS AND WHINERS.

Gotta get myself in gear.” 

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