Happy new year friends! How has this year started for you!? Our family has had quite a bit of sicknesses go through our home, but we are slowly getting in the groove of a new year with routines settling in.
Life goes crazy quick doesn’t it? If we aren’t too careful, other priorities, schedules, sicknesses and shiny new objects (in the form of whatever we are interested in) can pull us off track to take action on our dreams.
Have you created a vision board before to use as a guide for your year?
I have found that adulting and responsibilities can be a lot. Often what is fighting for our attention is not aligned with our goals and dreams. A vision board can be a physical reminder to you of what you really want.
I recently used one of my art journals to be the base for my vision board for 2023.
I thought through what were some things I wanted to achieve this year. If you haven’t created a vision board before, a good place to start is to ask yourself these two questions:
- What do you ultimately want for 2023??
- How do you want to show up for it??
I incorporated my “word” for the year. I am aiming to RENEW my mind, time and business this year with more truths and systems for this season of my life.
Last year, I had so much change and this year I want to just work intentionally on where we are now. I love to put my vision boards in one of my messy art journals, so I can flip through the pages and see them all. It’s like my personal diary.
Do you write stuff down?
If this idea of creating a vision board sounds appealing to you, I’d love to invite you to take my FREE digital vision board workshop. By the end of the workshop you will know the answers to:
- What is a vision board?
- Why should I use a vision board?
- How do I make a vision board? What supplies do I use!?
- Where do I go from here?
Claim your life. I’ll help you with the how, but you do need to know the why-if creating a fulfilling year sounds exciting, choose to say yes to making a plan for it. If I can help, jump over to this workshop, and we will get started. I’ll see you soon!