Who loves a fun family day? Me! In my eyes, there is nothing better! Today, I’m going to show you how to make a vision board. It’s a good activity to do with your family or friends!

Most every Sunday, our three sons, daughter-in-laws, and grandbaby, spend the day at our house. I love those days. They are always spent doing something fun….and did I mention, eating?

There always needs to be food!

Next Sunday, we will spend part of the day creating vision boards.

Do you know what a vision board is?

A vision board is basically a collage of images and words representing a person’s wishes or goals. It is a tool you create to help keep you motivated to achieve those goals.

Have you ever made one?

Do you have a word for “2022”?

Oh, you might think vision boards and declaring a word are trendy fads, but honestly they really help you to focus on your goals. Words, phrases, pictures and your own art can be part of the vision board process. It always amazes me how many goals I complete, when using a vision board.

It is a very inexpensive project with loads of fun for everyone. You probably have all the materials, you need, already in your home.

If you have never done a vision board, you are in luck!

I am going to tell you how I do mine.

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Supplies

You will need a poster board, scissors, magazines, glue sticks, pens, colored pencils or markers. Recently, I was able to snag this amazing book. This vision casting clip art book is an awesome resource for building your vision board. I have actually linked several that you can chose from.

Follow These Easy Steps

1.) I take the large poster board and cut it into four. It’s the perfect size. However, if you want a bigger board, you can cut it in half.

2.) Choose your word for the year.

3.) Ask yourself some questions. What are your goals for the year? Do you want to travel, get a new job, lose weight, buy a house or a new car? Sometimes this takes time to do. I always try to think about my goals/visions and determine them ahead of time.

4.) Once I know what my goals are, I start by putting my chosen word in the center of my board. You can cut out the word or write it. That way all my goals and visions surround my word of the year.

5.) Next step, gather pictures or words that represent your visions for the year. Begin to arrange them on your poster board. I always leave some space to write. For example, this year one of my goals was to read 12 books. I left space so every time I finished a book, I could write the title on my board. It helped to show me how close I was to my goal.

6.) Glue your pictures, cut out words or draw your pictures and words on the board.

All Done!

That’s it! It’s that easy….or maybe for some the process is hard. Putting your goals on paper can be intimidating, but if you don’t try it, you will never know! Creating a vision board can be so much fun and it helps hold yourself accountable to turn your dreams into reality!

One more thought before I go. If you are missing your friends like me, due to Covid, might I suggest you do a Zoom vision board night? I am also going to do a vision board with my gal pals. It’s a great way to share your dreams and enjoy time with your friends, while social distancing.

I hope this was helpful and that you’re able to see the beauty in this activity. I hope all your visions and goals come true in 2022.

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44 Comments

  1. This is a great idea to do with your family! I’ve never thought about doing this with others. Currently, I am in the planning phase for next year! Thanks for sharing this Kim!

  2. Beautiful pics and wonderful inspiration for a family day! Have a few precious ones coming up. (Getting harder with family members in different cities and states for work.). Capture the moments… that might be my theme for 2022. Thanks Kim!

  3. Not sure how I missed this…but, I love it! Great inspiration, friend! I think I need that inspiration book, too! Happy Monday!

  4. Fun ideas! I love your group approach to vision boarding. Honestly, I’d be too embarrassed to share mine with friends or family … but maybe that exposes something I need overcome through vision boarding! xo

  5. I love that your grown up family want to do this together, what a joy. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I have heard of these but never have done one.

    I’m working on my editorial calendar now.

    It looked like a fun time at the table with family

  7. I’m trying to think of that one word now. Hopefully I’m not still thinking about it a year from now! I will say that “family”, “friendship” and “community” come to mind. Thank you for providing those tips, Kim!

  8. Oh, I love this! My cousin and I used to make inspirational collages and your post reminded me of the fun we used to have making them. I love that you do this with you family. Thank you for sharing!

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