Vision Board Supplies And Gratitude Journal
In true “Towanda fashion,” it couldn’t be just a vision board. I wanted our boards to be a part of a journal… an overall one-thing-fits-all journal to capture our gratitude thoughts, life plans, general happenings and achievements throughout the year.
To prepare I bought poly folders with prongs and pockets, sheet protectors, glue sticks, various types of paper, markers, crayons and pens. I also supplied magazines and scissors.
Some of my girlfriends came up with AWESOME vision boards. They put their creations in a sheet protector and added it to their folder. Behind the board I encouraged them to add loose leaf paper that they could use to journal.
It was a lot of fun and I’m glad I started the process. Notice I say “started.” That’s right. I facilitated the process, encouraged everyone else, but I just couldn’t find the right pictures for my vision.
Now, I’ve tasked myself with locating other images and finishing before Christmas.
I’m sharing my half-done board because many of you may be planning to do your own vision board, and you may get frustrated when you can’t find the right images.
This frustration can be amplified if all you see are finished boards and don’t see the struggle that went into it.
Now, you don’t have to beat yourself up if you don’t finish it in one setting. I’m here to keep you company, :-).