We are officially in our third month of 2021 and nearing the end of the first quarter. Has there been growth towards your goals? Even if you have written your goals down, it’s important to check-in, add visual reminders to what they are and alter them if life circumstances have changed. Creating a vision board can help you visually see what your goals are and what you plan to do to achieve them. We want to breakdown how to create an actual vision board to help you keep the momentum going with your goals:
Step 1: Choose Your Goals (this sets intention and action)
- Pick 2-3 goals you have for this year. Don’t overdo it and stick to your top ones so you don’t get overwhelmed.
- Then, write 2-3 action steps for each goal of what you are going to do to achieve it.
Step 2: Decide Which Vision Board Suits You Best
- Collage (you can grab magazines and cut out pictures, quotes or words that relate to your goal. You can also use the internet and print out to add to your board)
- Sketch (if you’d prefer to draw what your goals are, use a blank page and use your creativity to create a visual from your mind onto paper)
- Bulletin Board (instead of using glue, try hanging your pictures, quotes or words that go along with your goal. If you prefer to work on short-term goals or like to add on action steps, this is a great option as you can physically see the progress made)
Step 3: Stay True To Yourself
With your creative and artistic gifts, creating a vision board can be the visual reminder you need. We’d love to hear AND see what goals you are working towards this year! Please share with us below, DM us or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t create a goal based on what others want you to achieve or something that you feel like you have to do. Make your goals personal and attainable.
- Have fun with this! Use bright colors, put some music on and lean into your creative side.