New Year, New Goals: How to Create your Vision Board
Creating a vision board is a powerful tool for manifesting your goals and aspirations. Here’s a step-by-step process for creating a vision board, including suggestions for digital tools to enhance your experience.
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Step 1: Set Your Intentions
Clarify your goals and intentions. What do you want to achieve or manifest in the coming months or years? Use a note-taking app or a goal-setting app like Todoist to jot down your thoughts and intentions.
Step 2: Gather Materials
Collect magazines, newspapers, or digital images that resonate with your goals. Look for images, words, and phrases that inspire you. You could create a Pinterest board to collect digital images that align with your vision or use online image repositories like Unsplash to find the inspiration you need.
Step 3: Choose a Format
Decide whether you want to create a physical or digital vision board. Physical boards involve cutting and pasting images onto a poster board, so you can use scissors, glue, and a poster board, while digital boards can be created using various online platforms like Canva, or even a simple document editor.
Step 4: Select a Theme
Determine the overall theme or focus of your vision board. It could be centered around various aspects of your life like personal development, career goals or relationships. You could use design templates on digital platforms to give your vision board a cohesive and visually appealing theme or even choose a color palette that goes your ideas, like Coolors.
Step 5: Arrange and Organize
Start arranging your chosen images, words and affirmations on your board, start laying them out in different ways that are aesthetically pleasing, and organize them in a way that makes sense to you and creates a visual flow. In both physical and digital formats, you can experiment with different arrangements, but with digital, try to adjust sizes, colors, and fonts to enhance the visual appeal.
Step 6: Review and Reflect
Take a step back and review your vision board. Reflect on the overall message and whether it accurately represents your goals and aspirations; of course, make adjustments if needed until you are completely satisfied with the result.
Step 7: Save and Display
When you are finished, save your digital vision board or take a photo of your physical board and set it as the background of your computer screen and even your phone. Besides, if you have the physical board, display it in a place where you will see it daily. Note: Another tool you can also use to create your vision board is Milanote.
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