You've heard of manifestation right? Well one of my favourite tools to keep your goals top of mind is to create a digital vision board.
To be honest, I hate the fiddly nature of cutting and pasting images and words from magazines so instead, I use Pinterest and Canva to create mine!
The best bit? Because it's digital, you can put it everywhere (like your laptop background, in a frame on your desk and on your phone!)
5 Step Process To Create a Digital Vision Board
Step 1: Identify your values
Getting clear on what's most important to you, not only for the year ahead, but in your life in general is the first place to start. Not only will it make setting goals much easier (we get to this in step 2) but it'll help you stay focused on writing down things that really matter to you!
Your values might be health, wealth, career, experiences, relationships, family, faith or personal development.
Step 2: Your goals for the year ahead
This is the fun bit, day dreaming about all...
The way you can make sure this year is big for you is to get clear on what your dream year looks like.
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” - Eleanor Roosevelt
Creating a visual representation of your dreams is so important if you want to stay motivated to actually take action and make them a reality.
For the last few years, I’ve created a vision board for what I want my year to look like. For me, creating a yearly vision board rather than a life vision board allows me to hone in on what’s important right now and where I want to be focusing my time and energy.
Rather than thinking of your vision board as your New Years Resolutions, keep them more fluid than that. Think of your digital vision boards as your own personalised inspiration board that’ll remind you of your hopes, dreams and goals for the year ahead.
The best thing about creating a digital version is you can put this vision board everywhere! On...