How to create a vision board

How to create a vision board

If anyone else is as obsessed with Pinterest as I am, then you’ll already understand the premise of creating a vision board, even if you don’t realise it. Both are aspirational spaces where you gather together pretty visuals of things you dream of having, making, doing and being. What’s different about a vision board is that it’s a physical thing, and more bespoke than a pinterest page. It takes you back to the childhood and teenage joys of cutting out pictures from magazines and making collages. Sounds like fun, right?! What’s the point of a vision board? A vision board is a collage representing the most important things you want in your life – a focused collection of your hopes and dreams. It’s a way to visualise your ideal life, which in turn helps you to create it, by making your more determined and open to opportunities. It also makes you really consider and crystallise what it is you want, and how you’re going to get it.   How exactly you create your vision board is up to you, but here are some pointers to get you started: Decide what to include You might be overwhelmed at first with all the choices of things you could possibly put on your board, so take some time to browse image collections and magazines and choose things which jump out at you. You can always discard later. If you’re a list-making type, then it might help you to write down your most important life goals. These can be short term or long term, from getting a promotion to buying a house of your own. It might...

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