I'm of the view that being able to see into the future is not a good thing. It can paralyse you now. My fairy godmother, Eileen, deliberately limits her abilities here on the same grounds. (The argument she uses is you never get the entire picture anyway). But of course so many characters in fantasy and science fiction do have this ability and do use it. So if you write this, what use do your characters make of this? Do they abuse being able to see into the future? Are they brought to account for it?
How do your characters commemorate their past, make the most of their present and anticipate the future? What is their "end of year" event which would make them reflect like this (or is it a custom that everyone in their world carries out a reflection every six months or whatever time period you've chosen to use)?