Creating a Vision Board #CanYouTopThis

Last Updated on October 22, 2021 by Ellen Christian

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Now that 2011 has arrived, I’ve started thinking about what my goals are for the New Year. I don’t like to think of them as resolutions. I prefer to think of them as visions to work toward. To help me stay focused, I created a vision board that has my visions. I’ll keep it up in my office area to help remind me what I’m working toward.

1. Work on my Confessions of an Overworked Mom Blog
2. Work on my Socialite’s Closet blog
3. Exercise each day
4. Keep my finances under control
5. FlyLady to clean and organize
6. Take time out of each day for me

What do you think? I used an Elmer’s Trifold Board that I purchased at Walmart to create mine with pictures I printed off the internet mounted on some scrapbooking papers. I used a variety of Elmer’s glue products to glue it all together. Just glue the pictures on top of the scrapbooking papers and then glue that to the trifold board. You can use markers to connect the images and title it whatever you want. You can see the supplies I used above. What are your visions for 2011?

By posting this craft, I am entering a contest for a chance to win a gift card.

4 thoughts on “Creating a Vision Board #CanYouTopThis”

  1. I love the idea of the vision board, I think I'll make one too! Thank you for sharing a great idea. What's cool about it is that you can refer to it when you're not sure what to do a reminder.

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