Vision boards are a great way to set goals and accomplish your dreams. You’re more likely to reach your goals when you put them down on paper, so a vision board is a MUST! You can always adjust your vision board if your dreams change a little. I like to use a large magnetic board that hangs on my wall, and then I post images onto my board. This way you can see everything whenever you want. Below you will find a beautiful free vision board template.
This template works great! You can fill in the spaces you want, and get your goals on paper. Then you can start building your board with fun images and pictures! If you don’t want to build a board with images, you can always post this template somewhere in your house.
Here are ideas of what you can put on your vision board template:
My Name: In this section you can simple put your name or your family’s name.
Examples: Kate or The Wilson’s
Physical: Here you can put down goals you have to help you improve your body.
Examples: Work out 3 times a week, sign up for a yoga class, go on a daily walk, play pickle ball once a week, eat three servings of vegetables per day, eat less meat, start drinking super foods, take a daily vitamin, etc.
Mental: In this section put down anything that will help you improve your mind.
Examples: Learn to meditate, See a counselor, read a book about anxiety, use essential oils for depression, etc.
Spiritual: Here you can write about goals you want to accomplish relating to your spiritual or religious beliefs.
Examples: Go to church once a month, pray every night, volunteer at a church event, etc.
Financial: In this area you can jot down your money goals, and things relating to finance.
Examples: Find a new job, ask for a raise, start an online store, save $300 a month, start a saving jar, don’t purchase coffee, etc.
Stuff I Want: Here you can write down anything you really want to own. These things can be large or small.
Examples: Range Rover, Self-driving car, House in FL, New TV, Pair of Michael Kors shoes, Kendra Scott bracelet, Speed boat, Lake house, etc.
Things to Try: In this area write down anything you want to experience or try for the first time.
Examples: Go zip lining, skydive, swim with dolphins, go snorkeling, attend a Bruno Mars concert, try sushi, fish in the ocean, etc.
Dreams: Here you can put down anything big you want to achieve in your lifetime. This area is for your biggest, and most important dreams.
Examples: Move to Atlanta, travel to Greece, Take a cruise to Hawaii, Own a house with an infinity pool, Own a house on a river, Move into a larger house, try out for an acting role, get a master’s degree, try to get my article published, start a business, etc.
Family Life: In this area put down anything you want to accomplish with or for your family.
Examples: Do 4 things as a family every month, start a family game night, spend Saturdays as a family, go to an event together each month, compliment a family member each day, have 3 kids, get a dog, etc.
For the Home: Here you can write down anything that will improve your home.
Examples: Build an in ground pool, get new living room furniture, get a new front door, landscape the backyard, add more wall pictures, clean the carpets once a month, hire a cleaner to come once a week, paint the walls, etc.
Goals: This area is a little different. Here you can put down time frames as to when you want to accomplish certain goals.
Example: Get a new house within two years, try to have one child within two years, Save up $10,000 in the next year, Move to Boston in the next 10 years, Get a new job within the next year, etc.
Start Reaching your Dreams!
Creating a vision board will help you achieve your life goals. You can see what you all want to accomplish, and start reaching your dreams. Laying all your ideas out will help you get things done. Now, use your free vision board template, get out there and create a beautiful vision board!
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