How to create a vision board

Oh hi there! My name is Victoria, it’s so nice of you to stop by the blog and spend some time. If you are new here you should know that I teach women like you how to live their dream lives in my Life of your Dreams course.

Well it’s that time of year again and I can’t believe it! Then end of 2018. I like the end of the year. It’s a time to reflect and assess what I have and haven’t accomplished in life. It’s a time for me to set new goals for the upcoming year.

Normally, I would just write down my goals. I mean, that’s what I’ve been doing for decades. When I started seeing vision boards all over the web, I didn’t pay them any attention. Why should I? Writing down my goals works just fine for me. That’s what I thought.

But I like to try new things, I saw people have major success with their vision boards, and I read that women often get together for vision board parties. It must be a thing. Something I should try.

And so I did. And the result? Mind blowing. I accomplished things that I didn’t really think I could and I owe it all to the day that I created my first vision board.

If you don't have a vision board, if you don't have a dream list I am telling you, you are complicating your process to getting what you want in life -Steve Harvey Click To Tweet

What is a Vision Board?

A vision board is simply a collage of photographs of the things that you want to achieve in the future. Could be things in the very near future, maybe a 5-year plan, or a specific board like a wedding vision board of a dream home vision board. This collage is displayed somewhere you will see it all the time which helps you maintain your focus on your ultimate goal. 

What is the purpose of a vision board?

The difference between a hand-written goals list and a vision board is using images to visualize your dreams until they become a reality. Vision boards help use the Law of Attraction to bring your dreams to life.

If you don’t know much about the law of attraction, it is something that has become increasingly popular in 2018. The concept is smashing your goals by attracting them to you by changing your entire mindset.

Digital vs Physical Vision Board

Some people are old fashioned and they like to create a physical vision board. They search through magazines, books, and various images for images that represent their goals, They cut them out and then glue them to a board. And voila! A vision board.

I have a digital vision board. I don’t have enough magazines or sources to create a physical vision board. And, in my opinion, the digital vision board is much easier to make. It can also be printed out and glued onto a board too.

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    How to create a vision board.

    Step 1: Question yourself.

    • What would improve the long-term quality of your life?
    • What would bring you happiness?
    • How do you want to feel once these things are achieved?
    • What is the time frame you want to accomplish these goals?
    • Are you creating a board for a specific goal like vacation, or wedding?

    Step 2: Find inspiration!

    Search the web and find the best images that represent your goals. At least 10-15 but I always say that you should never limit the number of dreams that you have.

    Step 3: Create!

    Either print the photos out and glue them onto a board to make a collage, or use an app like canva or layout to create a collage.

    How to use your Vision Board.

    Keep your vision board in a place where you will see it on a daily basis. You basically want to program these desires into your subconscious mind. It works, I promise!

    If you aren’t having success with the vision board, and you would like to start a wildly trans-formative personal development journey that will help you reach these goals (and more), check out the Life of your Dreams Course.

    xoxo, Victoria



    1. December 17, 2018 / 1:57 am

      I love this idea and such a great way to start the New Year!


    2. February 22, 2019 / 10:06 pm

      Great info, love this idea!

    3. July 23, 2019 / 9:26 am

      this was a great read! I just wanted to say that I’ve been making vision boards since 2000. I even have my children doing it. What I have noticed about my vision boards is; after I make one and when it’s time to renew with a new one I noticed that a lot of the things on the vision board was accomplished and completed. All the goals I didn’t complete I cut it off the old vision board and added to the new one. But surprisingly most of the goals were complete. I also put my big board right on the ceiling above my bed. Its the 1st thing I see when I wake up it’s the first thing I see. And to tell you the truth even though I look up at it I really don’t study the board because I know what’s on it. I just briefly glance and go on with my day. This is why I mentioned I would be so surprised that most of the goals were completed. I gotta tell you it’s like magic. To find out that we have control of our own reality utilizing my mind through hopes, dreams, and sure will power is more than something to just think about.

      Thanks again! for sharing ☺️