Because somebody is about to Rock Your 2014 World.
And that somebody is you.
The one reading this post.
I know that at this moment new years resolutions and promises seem a bit taboo. They’re rarely kept and months down the road you will likely not remember that promise you made to yourself on January 1st.
Before this year I had completely sworn off new years resolutions all together. What was the point?
Well, I’ve got news for you.
This year is going to be different.
How? You might ask…
May I introduce to you the Vision Board…
A vision board is something you may have heard of before.
It is a tool for manifesting your dreams and making them a reality. If you are a visual person like me, it can also keep you focused and inspired.
The best part about a vision board is that it doesn’t have to be permanent. Things can stay for a very long time, some things you may grow out of and decide to kick to the curb.
But that’s what life is: trial and error.
Digital visual boards are less time consuming to make and you can bring them anywhere. I keep mine on my computer desktop and as the home screen of my phone. This way, they are always there.
Here’s what you do:
- Go to Pinterest or Google search images for the things you would like to manifest in your life. Some examples might be success, a certain kind of home, abundance, beauty, radiance, health, etc. Find images that resonate with you. How do you want to feel in 2014? Tip: Quotes are great for vision boards.
- In a Word document insert your images. I’m not very tech savvy here, so I tend to align them however they will fit. But some of you may have more experience on fitting them to the page.
- Save the document then head over to Zamzar.com.
- Upload to document to Zamzar and ask for it to be converted into a JPG. Follow the rest of the directions and it will be sent to your e-mail.
Print it out so that you can have a physical copy, make it the background of your phone, and save it to your computer.
Put it in a place where you will always see it and will always be reminded of it.
I’d love to see your vision boards, so please send them my way at email@example.com!
With New Light and Visions in 2014,