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How to Create a Vision Board | Tips to make a Vision Board that works

Have you ever wanted to create a Vision Board ? Or thought about what all the buzz about the Vision board is ? Well I created them since I was a kid but then I did it for pictures of friends and family back then.

Personally, if you ask me I am a visual person and I feel creating a space that displays all the intentions and goals of what I want to achieve in the upcoming year really helps me stay on track. It is a lift me up for me personally as the Vision board is basically a visualization tool used by building a collage of pictures and words for your aspirations and goals. I am a goals person over a resolution person as I find it more achievable and realistic and the Vision Board works like a charm for me.

Before I started making a Vision board, I listed all my goals small or big after reflecting on what I would like to accomplish by the end of the year. This takes time and thought but once this is done I feel the fun process begins.

Then, I looked for pictures, power words, quotes, objects that illustrated my goals and also inspired me to make my Vision Board. Books, magazines, cards, even searching online are all great places to find them. I created my own sketches of power words so literally there is no right or wrong. Create or pick what inspires or motivates you.

Next, I used a sturdy poster board and started placing all my final pictures, power words, quotes, objects, etc in a way which spoke to me. I did not glue anything first until I was sure how I wanted to place everything. Once I was happy with the alignment I glued it all using a gluestick. It never hurts to have more pictures than you actually need in fact it gives you enough options to pick the images you feel resonate the most with the goals you are striving for.

I created one Vision Board for all my goals such as travel, learning skills, personal growth, career, relationships, health, self-care, etc however you can always create separate Vision boards for different goals as well. You can add other goals like buying a house, being debt free, home improvements, losing weight, a new car, saving money, etc. The options are endless. I highly recommend keeping the Vision Board at a place you can see it daily to remind you of your goals and stay on track.

If you are a social butterfly you can totally host a Vision Board creating party where you can get together with friends and family and create your own Vision Boards as well.

Most importantly have fun with creating it and be true to your goals and aspirations and not fall under the trap of what others do or buzz words. The purpose of the Vision Board is to bring everything on it to life.

Hope you enjoy creating your vision board as much as I do! If you do create it please share your creations with me I would love to see what you come up with!!!

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