A vision board is a visual representation of your goals. I originally made a different one at the start to 2020, but due to the chaos that completely reshaped my year and goals – I decided to make a new one!
If you love to set your goals and want to start visualizing them and manifesting them then I definitely recommend making your own!
You can follow along with me as I walk-through the making of my 2020 vision board and use my step-by-step tutorial to guide you!
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My 2020 Vision Board
Setting Goals to Visualize
The first step to making my vision board required me to think about my goals – short term and long term.
You will notice through my pictures below that my goals align with:
- Listening more, speaking less
- Connecting with nature
- Helping the environment
- Be present
- Stop worrying
- Focus on happiness not financial success
- Pay attention and be inspired
If you need help setting goals you can check out my process here.
Finding My Visuals
The options are endless, but I usually stick to Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr. I know many people like to include personal photographs and I definitely encourage it, it’s just not my personal aesthetic.
For my 2020 vision board I decided to use Pinterest for all of my visuals because I can save them all in one place.
If you want to know the sources for my photos and want inspiration you can visit my board here!
Never limit yourself, the possibilities are endless. I always plan for a lot more photos than I actually use.
Costing me less than 20.00 CAD I collected the materials I needed:
- Bristol Board (white)
- Printed Images
Crafting Your Board
When I craft my boards I like to use a collage style with my images. To make a lot of them fit I need to cut them out in different shapes and sizes.
I lay my images on my board before I start gluing in case I change my mind and I’m glad I did because I changed this board at least three times.
Once I have the general layout completed I can begin gluing image by image, I usually start my way on one side and work towards the other.
I completed my board in an hour!
Immediately after I finish my board I hang it up. I usually have an idea of where I am going to place it before I even make it.
I like to keep it in my bedroom for 2 reasons:
- It is what I see when I start and end my day.
- It keeps it personal.
A Closer Look At My 2020 Vision Board
I hope I inspired you to make your own vision board! I love mine and find it very motivating and inspiring.
Again, if you want an in-depth tutorial you can check it out here!
Now, time to start planning my 2021 vision board!