I’m Julia Nguyen, and I’m giving you the low-down on all things vision boards per request by my soul sista, Wellesley (who’s killing the blogging game btw).
But enough about her and enough about me, feel free to visit our respective ‘About’ pages if you’re dying to find out our life goals, aspirations, how many kids we each want, ya know, that type of stuff.
This is a vision board
They’re something like an irl Pinterest/Tumblr board and what’s cooler than bringing your Pinterest or Tumblr to life? (the answer is nothing)
Here’s a couple more examples
Trés trés chic amiright? As you can tell, each board is very unique to the creator.
A couple things to keep in mind when prepping for your board.
For me, vision boards should be reflective of personal goals and interests. With this in mind, find images, quotes, people etc. that are representative of YOUR goals and YOUR interests. For my board, I did a combo of printed off images & quotes and magazine clippings.
Anything that seems even remotely of interest to you should be thrown in the stack. It’s alway nice to have options as you begin to craft your board!
Another thing to keep in mind is to be mindful of keeping your vision board oozing with positivity. For me, my board has stuff that I want to manifest, in other words, things that I want to bring to life in the future. So I’ll have images of what I have in mind as far as my future goes and pair it with positive, affirming quotes & sayings.
Whatever you end up doing, it’s important to note that there is no right or wrong way to go about crafting your vision board; creativity holds no standard! If there’s anything to take away from this post, it’s that your vision board should be authentic & honest to YOU! This is what’s truly going to make it unique from anybody else’s!
Side note: Thanks Wells for having me! I had so much fun guest posting!! Lots of love & kisses