Making a vision board with intention
If you use Pinterest often maybe the idea of creating a vision board isn't too foreign to you. It's a great way to collect images and quotes that evoke some emotion and excitement about the future. Plus creating a vision board is a wonderful way to design what you want your life to look like.
I've been making vision boards since I was a kid first learning how to use a computer. I would fill an Excel spreadsheet with pictures of anything I loved or wanted. Fast forward a few years and I started to do the same on Pinterest. I've also made physical vision boards and printed and glued pictures into my journal. Needless to say, I enjoy the activity of making a vision board and I want to share some tips with you so you can make your own vision board and enjoy it too!
Some basic steps before you begin
Get in the right mindset. When creating a vision board you want to be in a positive mindset to select photos and create goals that resonate with you and that you believe are yours to have.
Think of a timeline. Maybe you want to create a vision board for the month ahead, or for a particular season like spring, or you can make a vision board for the year ahead, or even 5 years ahead.
Now it's time for the fun part! You get to create what your vision board looks and feels like to you and fill it with meaning. I've also included an example vision board below for some inspo, check it out below!
Have a clear vision for your board and what you want to include on it. I like to divide my vision board into different sections like career, health, love & relationships, travel and finances. You can either have several different boards for each aspect for fill one with the above themes. The key is to add what you want to attract in your certain timeline and how you want to feel.
Start looking for photos, inspirational and motivational quotes that resonate with you and what you want to achieve. You can find photos from any source! Magazines or through online platforms like Pinterest. The important thing to keep in mind is to connect to what you are adding to your board and truly believe it is achievable!
Write out your goals and include them on your board. Write out a goal or 2 that you want to achieve in each aspect of your board and include it. Think about what that goal feels like to you and how it feels to achieve it. You can also include those feelings on your board for even more manifesting :)
Some tips to keep in mind
Keep your vision board in an accessible spot like a journal, hanging in your room or as your phone or laptop background. Keep it close as a reminder to the things you are working towards.
Focus on what the photos or quotes on your vision board make you feel and keep this feeling with you. Remember you attract what you put out!
I hope the above has inspired you to create your own vision board. Let me know in the comments below what you are manifesting into your life!