While I used the framework put forward by The Quality of Life Research Unit at the University of Toronto, I soon departed from it. For personal use, measurements and scores are unnecessary. Instead, it's more of a way of interviewing myself about my life: what's working and what I would like to see change.
When I reached for a simple definition of having quality in my life, I realized it meant answering "yes" (or at least "most of the time") to three questions:
- Do I love myself?
- Do I love my world?
- Do I love my life?
The (probably) final product is here as a Microsoft Word document and in PDF. Now I just need to integrate it into my life!