It’s been awhile since I last created a vision board. With 2020 wrapping up – cya 2020, don’t let the door hit ya on the way out!! – now felt like the perfect time to create a new one.
I tried to keep my vision board simple and uncluttered. It’s easier for my brain to focus on. Vision boards can literally be anything you want them to be. There really is no right or wrong way to create one! If you’ve never created one before, here are a few tips to help you get started:
Gather some supplies. At minimum you’ll need some magazines or pictures, scissors, glue or tape, and a board. I used a foam board for mine. You could use bristol board too.
Plan your board. It’s good to have some basic ideas of what you want your board to focus on before you get started. You could pick a single theme or focus on a few different areas, like I did.
Schedule/block some time and dive in! It took me 3 separate sessions to get my board done. Mostly because I found I needed breaks and needed to walk away for a bit. It helped me figure out what I really wanted on my board.
And that’s about it!
Let me know what you’d put on you vision board. And if you have one, I’d love to see it!
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