Vision Boards – The “Art” of Not Quitting in 2020

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“A goal without a plan is just a wish”. ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Many people struggle with creating resolutions and some have just given up on believing in resolutions altogether. I think the problem with resolutions is that they are empty promises.   Essentially a resolution is a wish.  This is where vision boards come into play. A vision board is a visualization tool which refers to a board of any sort used to build a collage of words and pictures that represent your goals and dreams.  It assists in manifesting your “wishes/dreams/goals/resolutions/intentions”.  They can be either hard copy or digital print.  (As an artist my preference is hardcopy).

Vision Board
(vision board is intentionally blurry)

Vision Boards have been around for quite some time.  Creating a vision board is an artistic timeline that is set and created by you, the Self-Appointed Project Manager of your life.   During this creative process you fully assess what you want and don’t want and how to go about translating it into a visual tool that you will constantly reference.

I have been creating vision boards for about 5 years as part of my “beginning of the year” ritual. At the end of of every year it has proven to be a worthwhile manifestation tool.    With this year (2020) being the year for overflow, abundance and transformational progression, I coined this process as “The Art of Not Quitting”.  It is a process of creating a board reflective of all the things my (your) heart, body and soul desires for this year (and decade) – a process of peeling back the layers of your life and reflecting on your true purpose and not giving up on yourself – not quitting.


Steps to Creating a Functional Vision Board

Vision Board Party


1 – Think about/meditate on what you want to bring into your life

2 – Write down the word/words that come to mindInspirational Words

3 – Gather a bunch of old magazines that contain images that appeal to you

4 – Cover your board with large and small images, quotes, drawings, words and phrases

5 – Embellish as you desire

6 – Take a picture in case it all shifts

7 – Glue everything down

8 – If vision board is hardcopy, take a picture with your phone so that you also have it with you

9 – Hang board where you will see it every day


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