I love vision boards!
I've been making them since I was a wee one.
I got my first taste in elementary school with collages. In my teens we made them at work.
(Ask me how I "hit" my goal of saving $3000 in one day)
In my 20's I made a vision board every two years, filling a large cardboard sheet full of places I wanted to travel, things I wanted to accomplish, and fashion I wanted to wear.
In my 30's I began making smaller one-page vision boards every January filled with what I wanted to accomplish in the year to come. I focused my vision board around a single word or theme for the year.
As I grew up, I moved away from material items into how I wanted to feel year after year.
Confident. Connected. Free. Joyful. Organized. Focused.
All through the years, I've never doubted for a minute that what I put on my vision board would eventually come to be.
It's not all hocus pocus. The reasons why vision boards work is because when we put them somewhere we can see day in and day out, we can't help but be constantly visualizing what we want in our lives. Vision boards create a point of focus and drive for us.
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