I was going through my 2022 planner (I use this digital one) & I came across my vision board that I made last year. To be very honest I totally forgot about it, however as soon as I saw it, I was at awwww of how many of the things I put there came true! I forgot about most of them as last year I had some of my highest highs & also lowest lows! As soon as I saw that I archived almost 70% of the goals that I had saved, it truly motivated me in the best way possible to made my 2023 vision board the best one ever. To be very specific with my goals & also no matter what I don’t forget about it like the pervious year.
My Vision board helps me to aesthetically focus on what I hope to achieve in life. Some of these goals are short term & some long term. So If I don’t succeed this year I add them to my following year board. I just keep on manifesting.
I shared on my instagram that I’m working on my vision board & got so many questions on how do I make it so here is a guide to help you create your vision board.
WRITE YOUR GOALS
I start off by writing all the goals that I have in mind. Big or small as long as they make sense to you thats all that matters. For Example…
a travel destination
a luxury purchase you have your eye on
a career goal
a new hobby
a motto you would like to live by
personal goals in your relationship
clothing style you would like to explore
an interior inspo you would like to recreate
FIND YOUR IMAGERY
Then I go on Pintrest & search for a picture that will represent my goals. This is my favorite part. I can spend hours scrolling on Pinterest . I love using the app & when I come across a picture I like- I mean really really like!- I will screenshot it to add to my vision board. I look for images that truly resonate my vision & are very accurate. If you want the high resolution picture you can hit ‘Download Image.’ This saves a full size version to your phone’s camera roll.
MAKE YOUR VISION BOARD
I like to use PicMonkey as it is the website I use for all my graphic design. It is super simple. You just start with a blank page, then just drag & drop your pictures. I personally like to use 10 pictures to firstly not overwhelm myself & secondly it fits perfectly on iPhone or iPad background.(make sure to choose a blank page of 9:16). I play around with images & make sure I like how they look next to each other.