The most powerful tools I use to help me achieve all my life editing goals are my vision boards.
For those of you who are new to visualization and the law of attraction, a vision board is a large poster covered in images of the things you want to do, experience, or achieve.
Many people (myself included!) create vision boards at the start of the calendar year or at the beginning of a new project or significant life change.
Ever since I was a little kid, I cut out photos from magazines and made collages on my notebooks. This was years before anyone was calling them vision boards, but they helped me focus on what I wanted and not the frustrations in my current situation.
Making vision boards is a relaxing activity that gets your creative juices flowing while you imagine all the possibilities for your life. Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
You’re a Life Editor, and that means you’ll constantly be editing your goals to fit your changing life.
In today’s video, you’ll see how my priorities have changed over the years as I look at my old vision boards.
This post focuses on Step 3 of the Life Editing Process, Add Good Habits and Routines. For more about life editing and what it can do for you, click here.
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