I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I was depressed. Wasting my life away in a toxic environment was really weighing on my spirit.
That’s why when a friend suggested I create a Vision Board, I thought that would be crazy. Look, I love arts and crafts as much as the next person, but I wasn’t really on The Secret bandwagon.
So I acquired a whole bunch of magazines from friends, grabbed my mother-in-law (also a huge blessing in my life), and we sat down to try vision boarding. Not only was the process of creating one super fun (even after schlepping around town gathering all the supplies), but with a little action everything that I had placed on that board came true.
I left my job
I started a business
I got pregnant with my first child.
In the past, I’ve led plenty of four-hour paid vision boarding workshops with the whole arts and crafts aspect. But now I have found an easier way to do this —
No tracking down magazines,
No buying poster board
No cut scraps everywhere
No messy glue situation
This is your experience and vision. I just want to be your guide. This is a chance to dream some dreams and have some fun. Let’s play together and see if we can make all of our visions come true.
I’ll personally walk you through how to create a digital vision board and how to utilize it for all it’s worth.
Vision Boarding Made Easy (and now its sister workshop Vision Boarding 202) is offered at various times throughout the year, but the only way to attend one of these FREE workshops is to join the Facebook group Women Living Without Limits.