Creating a vision board isn’t putting a bunch of pictures on a piece of paper for the sake of the pictures being pretty. Creating a vision board is realizing what you want to achieve so that you can constantly remind yourself of your dreams and goals. I put the sentence: “a big source of inspiration for many” on my vision board a year ago, and today that’s what I would call myself as a freelancer for Bloglovin’. So give it a go, it may end up changing your life. Here’s how to get started!Image via Adenorah
Why A Vision Board Is Anything But Average
“A vision board is one of those things that some people can find a bit hokey. I, on the other hand, happen to love them, swear by them, and use them daily. So before your preconceived notions gain momentum hear me out.
First of all, vision boards are not just a piece of cork with pretty pictures on it, that’s what Pinterest is for. No. Vision boards hold meaning and are pictures or words of significant things you wish to have or achieve in your life. Second of all, they are extremely powerful. Ask Beyonce, Drake, Katy Perry, or Ellen DeGeneres.”
“I'm no stranger to collaging. In middle school, my three-ring binders were plastered in colorful clippings from Seventeen and Jane. In AP English, we had to put together a poster that told the story of who we were — my mother keeps this mixed media masterpiece hanging in my old bedroom. And a little while ago, after weeks of collecting images, I finally sat down to create a vision board, a project that's taken much more time than I imagined, but already feels worth it. Do you have one?”
“A vision board is a collage of images, pictures, and texts of your dreams, goals, and things that make you happy. The idea behind this is that when you surround yourself with images of who you want to become, what you want to have, where you want to live, or where you want to travel, it serves as a source of motivation as you work towards achieving your dreams. Here are some tips on how to make a vision board:”