How to Create a Vision Board

Every year I create a vision board for the 12 months ahead. It is something that I look forward to every January or February. I have manifested my whole life and it is truely remarkable to see your goals and dreams to come to reality throughout the year. I have a defined process I follow…

Creating a vision board involves asking yourself some important questions. These questions will differ from person to person, but for me I like to focus on the positive, whilst looking at the year ahead.

  1. What personal goals do I have?
  2. What goals do I have for my family?
  3. What career goals do I have?
  4. What am I manifesting?
  5. What makes me happy?
  6. What goals do I have for my marriage/relationship?
  7. What is most important to me in life?
  8. What am I doing when I feel my best?
  9. What do I love about my life?
  10. What do I not love about my life?
  11. What does successful look and feel life to me?
  12. What is my why?
  13. What do I want to achieve one year from now?
  14. Who makes me happy?
  15. What makes me happy?

Take some time to sit in nature with a pen and notebook to slowly work through each of these questions. Jot down your answers in bullet point form. Ask yourself these questions, then, with your answers create clear goals under the headings; personal, relationship, family, career, friends.

You might also like to add in a list your dreams like travel, material items, things you want to do. Basically pop down everything you want from your dream year. Then reflect on your new goals, re-read them, re-write them, until they feel absolutely perfect to you and the year that you want to have.

You can use your new list of goals for the year ahead, to cut them out and create your own vision board. They will become the foundation of your board.

Adding images
I also like to go on Pinterest and find images to add to my vision board. They will either be exact images of items or holidays etc I am working towards, or images of things that inspire me towards my goals.

You can also add words to your vision board. Just a few simple and specific words that sum up the year you are hoping to achieve or what you wanting it to look like.

Wellness menu
Lastly I like to create a wellness menu. This is a list of things that make me happy. I can then go to this list if I ever need a ‘pick me up’ from my wellness menu. For example having a bath, going horse riding or swimming in the ocean.

Now you have all of the tools you need to create your own vision board… happy vision boarding!