Happy Sunday [night] everyone!
I hope that the first weekend of 2019 was fun, relaxing and rejuvenating for you all! 🙂
For today’s post, I thought it would be nice to share with you guys some of my goals, but not necessarily by doing it the old fashion way of just mapping them all out for you guys.
This year, Diego and I thought it would be fun to create vision boards for goals of 2019. Neither of us had done one before, and we both have SO many things that we want to do/accomplish together and individually that we figure, why not?! It’s a great way to have fun and be creative while also doing serious thinking about the major things we want and hope to get done this year.
So that’s what I’m going to be talking about and showing you guys today!
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What’s a Vision Board?
Even though I just briefly discussed it, for those of you that don’t know, a vision board is ultimately a fun and creative project that people do to map out their goals/plans.
Personally, I’ve only ever REALLY heard of people doing this for the new year, but I’m sure people do it for other times as well.
It’s completely up to you, the person making it, to determine how creative or simple it is that you want to have it, but based on THAT will determine whether or not you have printed pictures, cut-outs from magazines, stickers, etc. and how MUCH of those things you end up including as well.
You use all of these things to basically either back-up the goal your mentioning (as a visual for it) or substitute what you’re actually trying to say with an image instead. As long as you understand what it means, that’s all that really matters.
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My Vision Board!
When it comes to doing little art projects like this, I LOVE getting as creative as possible, even if it means going all out in buying little art supplies and what not.
I take my time, I’m extra as hell, and end up being a perfectionist about it! haha.
For this in particular however, it was creative and cute yet pretty simple. I’m super happy and proud of it.
Most of the supplies we bought were actually from Dollar Tree; the poster board, stickers, speech/dialogue bubbles, glue stick and markers (reason #12281057047 why Dollar Tree is the bomb.com especially if you’re on a budget like me).
My Vision Board is pretty self-explanatory, especially since everything is pretty much written on it exactly how I want it, but ultimately for this year, I just want to be happy. I want to be happy and doing anything and everything that I love and am passionate about it.
I want good health, happiness and prosperity, doesn’t everybody? But it goes more in depth when you see the final product of my board.
So, scroll down to see the (semi) final product of my Vision Board!
I say that it’s semi-done because I still want and need to add a few more little pictures to it before I can officially say its complete, but the majority of it IS done.
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I really hope that you guys not only enjoyed this post, but also felt inspired to want to go out and create your own vision board!
And whether you already have created one, or are going to do it in the coming days, I hope that 2019 is an amazing and productive year for you all and that you get to accomplish every single thing on your board/list.
Let me know in the comments below if you guys have ever created a vision board and if so, what are some of the goals on them for this year?!
Please like, share, follow and comment and I’ll see you guys in my next post! 😉
*Also, special shoutout to my mama, who’s birthday is today!! Happy Birthday mama, i love you! ❤ *
-Xoxo, LeoGirl ❤
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