Ok, so if you follow me on Instagram, you know I am not a Christmas person. I love Thanksgiving, but if I could skip right over Christmas and straight to NYE, I would be one happy girl. I LOVE everything about the New Year. I love the sense of renewal, the possibilities, the good intentions, the goal setting…I really just love it all. Oh and all of the fancy outfits with glitter and sequins galore of course!
Each and every single year since I have started my business, I have created a vision board for the New Year. It is one of the most simple, yet effective ways to get crystal clear on what you want to achieve or acquire. It has been so impactful for me that I have even made it into an entire online workshop for all of the amazing ladies in my business. I figured, there are more people out there who would probably want to do the same exact thing, so I am writing up this short blog post for you to do it on your own.
Here are the steps:
Compile a list of all of your goals and things you want to achieve/items you want to acquire,
Use Google to find matching images
Grab a poster board or cork board and some tape/pins
Pin up the images in whichever order or flow you see fit
Place or hang your vision board somewhere that you will see every single day
To give you some ideas, my 2018 board had things on there like a picture of the beach (which sadly never happened), #abgoals, increased Instagram engagement/followers, finding my soul sisters here in TX, donating money to animal sanctuaries, and much more. The more specific you can be, the better.
Feel free to add any words, phrases, etc that have meaning to you and represent something you’re working towards.
Also, I want to add that visualization is also a form of manifestation, and y’all know I LOVE manifestation.
Use these tips to create your own vision board for 2019, and make sure you keep it updated! If you accomplish something, take it off the vision board. If you add new goals for yourself, be sure to add it to your board as well.
I hope all of you have an amazing Christmas, and an even better New Year’s. Cheers to 2019!