Steps to Create Your Vision Board

Steps to Create Your Vision Board

Vision Board

For many of us the Universe is forcing us to slow down right now.  There are many things we cannot do that are part of our normal routine. With this comes opportunities to do things we may not have made time for.

One of the things we are doing as a family is creating vision boards as to what we want our future to look like.

During this “slow down” period this can become a great way to take your attention off the current situation and put energy towards a desired future. A Vision board is a powerful way to prioritize your goals and intentions.  It gives more clarity on your wants and puts these out into the universe to manifest.

You can elevate emotions by looking at pictures of your dream life.  This will help to calm and use your energy in a productive way right now rather than to be in fear.


Your life is your Canvas…. What do you want to create? Here is how to create your dream life now!

Supplies Needed:

Glue stick


Bristol board or Foam Core board

Magazines and pictures

Picture of yourself printed out


  1. Set Goals and Prioritize:

    • Brain Dump: On a piece of paper or in a Journal ask “What are all the things I would like to accomplish or create or complete in my lifetime:
    • Different categories Options:
      • Health
      • Relationships/Love/Family
      • Career or Calling
      • Financial/Abundance
      • Giving back
      • Spiritual or Self Actualization
      • Travel/Fun
    • Narrow down: Star the ones that are the most important and relevant now.
    • Adapting for Children
      • Change “What would you like to achieve or accomplish” instead of career or calling.
      • Abundance – you can explain as what they would like to create or manifest in their lives. Things that they want.


  1. Create Structure for your Vision Board

    • Have a Picture of you in the Centre (If doing with partner or family then have a group picture in center)
    • Create your layout on your vision board using a pencil to divide out your different categories. Create boxes or square divides around the picture of you.
    • Write out your goals under each title. (This will be covered with pictures and words images.)
    • On the backside, write today’s date.


  1. Find Words and images for your Vision board

    • Clip out magazine pictures and images and words or sayings.
    • Print out images from the internetSteps to Create Your Vision Board
    • Get as many images as you can


  1. Sort out and arrange images and pictures

    • Narrow down the images that best represent your feelings and goals.
    • Start placing them over the right sections
    • Add words and sayings
  1. Glue Down

    • Once you are happy with your layout start to glue down the images.
    • Can always add words over-top or some of your own sketches.


  1. Hang and Display

    • Put this in a Visual area where you can look at it multiple times a day.
    • Consciously and subconsciously looking at the board will help the manifestation process.

Steps to Create Your Vision Board

Enjoy your Dream Life!


Setting Your Goals at the Best Time of Year

Setting Your Goals

Setting Your Goals at the Best Time of Year

September is one of my favorite months of the year.  It is a transitional period with summer rolling into fall, it means kids are back to school and usually the start of routine.  It is the best time of year to sit down and set your goals or intentions.   This is the most fertile time to manifest your dreams and set your intentions for the year.

Most people feel that the beginning of a calendar year is best to write down goals and set a plan.  But I disagree; September marks the time for new beginnings, new routine and new energy to manifest.

Some Keys to Creating your September Reboot

Take some Quiet Time for Yourself
  • Play relaxing music, grab a cup of tea, get your favorite notebook and some colored pens. Give yourself at least 30-60 min of uninterrupted time.
Grounding Technique
  • Before you begin clear your energy and ground so you can have a clearer headspace.
  • Sit on a chair or the floor with your spine straight, shoulders relaxed and eyes closed.
  • Take a nice big breath in through the nose and out through the nose and with your intention on the exhale, let go of anything that doesn’t serve you. On the inhale bring in new energy and light. Do this for a few breaths until you feel yourself relax and let go.
The Big 5
  • It is important to set goals in the 5 most important areas of our lives. WE are multidimensional beings so just focusing on one area will never bring us inner balance.
  • 5 areas to write goals are: Health, Wealth, Love, Career, and Spiritual Connection.
  • Note: There are more areas we can dive deeper into but for sake of simplicity focus on these 5.
Narrow it Down
  • Focus on your top 3 goals for each area of your life.  Use lots of color, add pictures or drawings if you like.
Action Steps
  • Have your note book or page visible. Look at this each day.
  • Block schedule your calendar with actions/ activities that get you closer to your goals
  • Calendar cleanse – learn to say no to things that do not serve your vision.


Happy September Reboot from The Positive Change.