Make A Vision Board
What will your life look like a year from now, or in 5 years or 10 years? Do you have a clear vision of where you’re going? Do you know your purpose in life, or are you wandering aimlessly?
Far too often, we rush through the days trying to finish our to-do list, giving no thought to the future except in the form of worry. We live by default – like helpless victims who can only wait until something happens and then figure out how to deal with it. As the famous doctor always asks, how’s that working for you?
I love this quote from Kait Isaak on her Love & Mother Blog:
“We certainly aren’t just meant to live on this earth to accumulate stuff, watch Netflix, pay bills and die.”
If your weeks have begun to seem like that, maybe it’s time to take inventory and take action.
Learn how to Make a Vision Board that will help you …
- Get clarity on what is truly important in your life.
- Stay focused on what matters most.
- Start living your life with intent and purpose.
Why Do You Want To Make A Vision Board?
As a Christian I am keenly aware that vision boards have played a role in the detrimental new age spiritual movement that has been so popular in recent years. That doesn’t mean vision boards are sinful. It means that when you create a vision board you need to be certain you’re doing it in the right way and for the right reasons.
I do not believe in or condone any of the new age teachings, and I realize it can be easy to be misled. I strongly recommend the podcast by Kait Isaak titled “Should Christians Make Vision Boards and Set Goals?”. At that link you can listen to the audio (about 14 minutes) or read the transcript. She does an excellent job of explaining the difference between using, and misusing, vision boards.