How to create a digital vision board
I have been reading and watching quite a number of motivational stuff and one thing they talk about a lot is how they create vision boards to reach their goals. Instead of doing goal setting, which takes up a lot of time because you need to be very specific, I prefer making the vision board for when the year starts. I then start making monthly goals afterwards.
Good thing that we now have smart phones / computers and won’t have to find magazines and cut them.
So I have just finished making my own very simple vision board. You could add more stuff to yours, depends on what you want to manifest.
Here’s how I did it:
- I made a brainstorm and drew circles on a paper to put each of my goals this year. Here I am not worrying about how I’m going to get there. I am just writing what I want. This applies to the whole process of making a vision board, thinking about where you are going to get what and how you are going to do it could make you a bit discouraged. Don’t limit yourself, but you also can’t want the whole world, so be clear. One of my goals to create consistent content for my YouTube channel.
- I went on and looked for photos on Pinterest. (You will not find any photos that actually belong to me on the vision board). Save the photos on one folder.
- Using whichever program or app, I used CorelDraw because it’s basically what we use at work to design, make your layout, and decide how you want to design it and what colors you will use. I added quotes to mine as vision needs motivation. Canva is also a good App for designing on your phone. The great thing about Canva is that it already has templates so you don’t start from scratch.
- Bring everything in and arrange, you can leave spaces in between or leave them overlapping. As long as it is what suits your style. It needs to be attractive to you.
- Once done, add anything else like quotes or clip art. And save it or print. I will print mine so that I get to put it on my bedroom wall.
What do you want to achieve this year?