Visualize Your Dreams

Seeing is believing, even if it hasn’t happened yet.

Words are nice, but when we can put an image with a goal, it gives it a little *umph*!

And since we’ve done our personal growth review and did some goal setting, it’s time to seal the deal with vision boards.

By creating visual reminders, you will continuously be inspired to accomplish your goals. 🎯✨


Just like we’ve been doing, make your space cozy, grab a drink, and turn on a bomb playlist.

Good things to have are: images, tape, push pins, a pin board (or any type of display), and whatever else you might use to embellish a craft.

But, feel free to use whatever supplies you have.

This can be as simple or complex as you wish.


First, we’re going to create our digital vision board.

This will not only serve as a foundation for the physical one, it’ll become our dreaming space too.

That way, you’ll be able to revisit and add to it throughout the year!

1. Create a board on Pinterest.

Log in or sign up for an account.

Then, create a board.

Name it something fun or easy to identify.

Add a description if you wish.

This is a good place for your word of the year or a quote to keep you motivated.

2. Identify your goals.

Once you have your new board set up, it’s time to identify your goals.

Grab your list and highlight some words or phrases that pop out.

You’ll put these into the search bar.

Ultimately, you just want to pin whatever makes you think of that specific goal.

For me, I like things that make me reflect, laugh, or feel inspired.

But you do you, boo!

3. Start pinning.

Now it’s time to start pinning to our digital vision board.

To save an image, press and hold, then tap the pin icon.

If you’re using the desktop version, simply hover over it and click save.

I recommend pinning at least 4 images per goal.

This will give you a variety to choose from when you’re looking at the board as a whole.

Continue pinning until you’re satisfied with your selections.

And feel free to unpin and rearrange along the way.


1. Copy, paste, & print.

Copy, paste and print the images you pinned to your digital board.

This will work in Canva, Word, or any similar platform.

When you paste, be sure to adjust the size of the images.

(you’ll have more to work with when it’s time to arrange them)

Then, print and cut out the images.

2. Arrange & hang.

Play with the arrangements and style as desired. 

Add your embellishments, and make the images come to life!

Then, hang it somewhere you’ll see every single day.


Now, that you have a digital dreaming space and a physical reminder of your goals, you’re ready to gracefully kill the year!

I challenge you to dream a little bit every day and add pins to your digital vision board often.

Don’t lose sight of your goals.

Reassess often.

And Endlessly Become who you want to be this year.

In the comments, let me know if this is your first year creating a vision board.

If you’ve learned anything from this series, drop a gem.

And if you aren’t new to this, but true to this, leave a tip for the other readers.


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