If you’re unsure what a vision board is, it’s just a visual format of your goals for the year. Make a board with pictures related to what you want to accomplish and put it someplace where you will see it daily. Studies have shown that this is more likely to make you accomplish your goals.
But, what does a vision board look like? And how do you make one?
This is the vision board I started last week. I’ve since added a lot more to it. My goals for this year are to travel (depending on COVID), lose the rest of my weight, focus more on blessings instead of stressors, eat at home more and incorporate more self care.
If this vision board doesn’t float your boat, there are other options.
I love this one. It is simple but board is also very neat looking.
Maybe creating a collage isn’t your thing and you want to do a graphic organizer instead. Check this one out: it says 2014 but you get the idea.
There are also a number of free vision board printable you can find just by doing a Google search. You can also use planner stickers if you like. The possibilities are endless.
Here’s to kicking off 2022…and hoping it will be much better than 2020 and 2021.
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6).
We will resume our regular posting schedule on December 28. Have a wonderful Christmas Day!
Another holiday season has nearly come and gone. I couldn’t let the season pass completely without sharing our home tour from this year. I changed up our decor quite a lot but I wouldn’t say I simplified anything. Please allow me to share my favorite features with you.
Our family room
The girls’ trees
Each of our girls have a small white tree with pink and purple ornaments
Our little bedroom tree
Merry Christmas to you all. We hope you enjoyed our home tour.
I love Christmas decor at places like Hobby Lobby, but I don’t always love the price.
Did you know you can find lower priced, but still cute decor at discount stores? Some of my favorites are Dollar General and Aldi (yes, the grocery store). Today, I am sharing some of my favorite recent Dollar General finds.
All of the items I am about to show you are $8 or less.
1. Christmas bucket with “leather” handles
How cute would this be on a porch with a faux tree in it? Or maybe on a fire place hearth with birch logs in it.
2. Red plaid table runner
I love this so much- the colors in it are so festive. I’d love to pair this with some green chargers and some Christmas china.
3. Red plaid “Merry Christmas” pillow
This pillow is so pretty and the price is perfect. I bought one for my mud room entry.
4. Tabletop Nativity
This table top nativity has everything I love- warm wood, metal and Jesus. It’s perfect!
5. Faux book stack
Who doesn’t want this cute little “book stack?” I love everything about it.
I hope you enjoyed these Christmas goodies! You may even want to go visit your local DG and see what goodies you can find.