Just like that, 2018 is practically over! And like many people, you’ve probably started writing down your resolutions for the next 12 months. Well, quit that and trade it for something fun, craftier, and powerful: your very own vision board.
You may have heard all about vision boards from Oprah, Jack Canfield, or Deepak Chopra. Simply put, a vision board (some call it a dream board) is a collage project; but it’s really so much more than that.
For creative people, a vision board is a useful tool. It helps make your goals clearer and serves as a visible reminder of what you want to achieve, which then keeps you focused and motivated. You can create one digitally but why do that when you can make it on a poster board with pictures, mixed-media cutouts, and glitter glue. Sure beats any old list!
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Perfection is overrated 🤦🏼♀️ I challenged myself to complete my vision board pages in less than an hour. I have a tendency to overthink things. Leaving many projects unfinished. And what do you know, in my rush, I finished it off with an unusual twist. An homage to The Upside Down. Oh well! Done is better than perfect. ... You can watch the replay of my IG live on @the_happy_planner YouTube channel. ... #myhappyandhealthyholidays #planahappylife #thehappyplanner #happyplanner #iamahappyplanner #planner #wellnessseeker #optimist #livecreatively #visionboard #goalsetting
Head over to Work-Shop Sydney for this must-attend personal development course, and start 2019 right with a kickass life plan and a killer vision board to go with it. It’s a creative way to visualise what you want out of life and get you a step closer to making it happen. And of course, at the end of the exercise, you’ll have a really nice artwork to put up on your wall. Bonus.
Here’s to a fun, fearless, and fabulous 2019!