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5 Vision Board Ideas to Manifest Success in the New Year

5 Vision Board Ideas to Manifest Success in the New Year

As we enter a new year, many of us find ourselves setting resolutions and goals for the months ahead. 

However, amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it's easy to lose sight of our aspirations. This is where the power of vision boards comes into play. 

A vision board visualizes your goals and dreams as a daily reminder of what you want to achieve. Especially at the beginning of a new year, when optimism is high and possibilities seem endless, creating a vision board can be a powerful tool to keep you on track.

5 Vision Board Ideas:

  1. Classic Collage Vision Board: The classic collage vision board is a timeless favorite. This is the one I used many years ago. I cut out photos of things I wanted to manifest in my life and featured the entire collage on the side of our fridge. Gather magazines, scissors, glue, and a large board. As you flip through magazines, cut out images, words, and phrases that resonate with your goals. Arrange them on the board in a visually appealing way. This hands-on approach allows you to tap into your creativity and intuition while creating a powerful visual representation of your aspirations.

  2. Digital Vision Board: In the digital age, creating a vision board doesn't require paper and glue. Use online tools or apps to craft a digital vision board. You can include images, quotes, and even videos that inspire you. Digital vision boards are easily accessible on your devices, providing constant motivation whenever you need a boost. This type of vision board is particularly convenient for those who prefer a more tech-savvy approach to goal-setting.

  3. Travel Vision Board: If wanderlust fuels your dreams, consider a travel-themed vision board. Collect images of your dream destinations, experiences you want to have, and the type of adventures that resonate with you. Whether it's exploring new cultures, relaxing on a beach, or hiking in the mountains, a travel vision board can serve as a powerful motivator to work towards creating a life filled with exciting journeys.

  4. Career Vision Board: For those focused on professional growth, a career vision board can help clarify and visualize your professional goals. Include images and quotes related to your desired career path, skills you want to develop, and the work environment you aspire to be a part of. This tangible representation can serve as a daily reminder of your career ambitions, guiding you toward making choices that align with your professional aspirations.

  5. Vision Board Book: Books have the power to inspire and guide us on our journey. Consider creating a vision board within the pages of a dedicated journal or notebook. Use each page to represent a different aspect of your life—personal, professional, health, relationships, and more. Include drawings, affirmations, and snippets of inspiration. 

As we embark on a new year, creating a vision board is a powerful ritual, aligning intentions with actions. We are what we think about; put it on paper or in an App and steer those thoughts towards the things you want in life.

Whether you opt for the classic collage, a digital version, a travel-themed board, a career-focused layout, or a vision board book, the key is to infuse it with genuine passion and purpose. 

Embrace the creative process, trust the journey, and let your vision board guide you toward your desired life. 

Happy envisioning; give it a try.

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  1. Barbara, These are all such excellent ideas to keep you track no matter what your goals are. Even if you achieve one or two of your goals I can see where these ideas can keep you on track.

    1. Thanks Sam. It's said by all the best of the best who came before us that we are what we think about - a vision board is a nice redirect of thoughts when displayed prominently (mine was on the fridge)

  2. I have heard about vision boards for years, but I have never created one myself. I can see how they would cause you to dwell on whatever is featured on the board, especially if you put it in a prominent place like the kitchen (for me), your office or wherever you hang out the most. Seems like a great way to focus on achieving your goals.

    1. I ended up doing mine from a personal development weekend course I attended over 20 years ago - time for a new one!

  3. I created a collage vision board many years ago at the suggestion of a friend who is a life coach, when I was really struggling with my life. I was skeptical, but it really did help me shift from bemoaning what was missing in my life to focusing on how to create more of what I wanted and appreciate more of what I had. It might be time to create another one. My last one was paper magazine cutouts on poster board. Maybe my next on will be digital!

    1. the digital boards interest me too - I loved seeing my vision board on my fridge too - hmmm, maybe it's time to get another one up there

  4. I love the idea of a Vision Board. When an idea or hope or wish is written down or there in visual form it seems more tangible and is of course a reminder and focus of where we want to be when things inevitable get too busy or off track for various reasons. Thank you for sharing this.

  5. Vision boards are something that I have not yet tried to do. I think the last one I did was back in High School many many years ago. Maybe it's time to get something done and see if it helps. Life in my stratosphere right now is difficult and I'm kind of afraid of what my vision board might show. But, I should take some time to make one I think. Thanks Barbara for the idea and help.


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