It’s that time of year again! Those of you who know me know that I LOVE a New Year’s vision board. There’s something very powerful about fearlessly announcing your grandest intentions and wildest dreams to the universe. I firmly believe that the universe embraces my visions and helps me make them happen!
To see my vision boards from past years click HERE.
Now for this year’s board:
Each cutting on the board represents a thought, a dream or a goal that I have for 2014 or for the future. This years board is focused more on my authentic self and world travel than in years past.
What do some of these images represent? Well let me share a few with you:
1. The Cathedral in Milan represents my intense desire to travel on a Blogtour to Milan in April with Joann and Veronika Miller with Modenus. I want to start traveling abroad like a crazy maniac actually. I’m gettin’ kinda bored around here….
2. Me with the camera represents my goal to take photography lessons or at least learn the ins and outs of my fancy camera (this is a carry over from 2013).
3. The green living room designed my Miles Redd represents my desire to create authentic designs that might not make sense to the average viewer, but make A LOT or sense to my client and myself.
4. The Brizo faucet represents my fear and excitement about helping to create a new marketing campaign for Brizo and my intention of knocking it out of the park.
5. The paying it forward stick figures represent Kandrac & Kole’s intention to start a new charity campaign in 2014.
6. The horses represent me wanting to start horseback riding again (not just follow the leader – but free riding in open fields with a horse I love). This is a carryover from 2013 which just means this goal is gaining momentum!
7. The tree inside the heart represents a healthy family in 2014.
Hey, you only have one life. Step out and announce to the world what you want to experience. As my friend Paula says, “life on earth is merely a vapor”. Well then, I better make the best of it!
I highly recommend everybody make a vision board in 2014. I just use a foam core board, spray adhesive and a stack of magazines to build mine (sometimes I print images off my laptop). Keep it in a visual place so you are constantly reminded of your intentions and to hold yourself accountable.
This board becomes my good luck charm – I swear every year I’ve accomplished at least half of the dreams on my board. That’s pretty good if you ask me!
Happy New Year!