What Does Your Vision Board Look Like?

Today on teh Twitter, a brief discussion of vision boards came up. What the heck is a vision board? From Garage Gym Blueprint:

A vision board (or book) is “a tool used to help clarify, concentrate and maintain focus on a specific life goal.” You cut out pictures, phrases or words that mean something to you and your ambitions and place them on your board. These images represent whatever you want to be, do or have in your life.

Here's what Karen's vision board looked like awhile ago.

I have to admit, I'm skeptical of the whole vision-board thing. Mostly because I'm not very observant: I've been known to live in apartments for a year or more without remembering to put anything up on the walls. So yeah, not a visual person. But this weekend, I saw Karen's beach life, and if she says a vision board helped her get there, who am I to not at least try it out? Here are a few of the things I might include on my vision board:


  1. Here's how I looked at it. If you create a vision board, the worst thing that can happen is you have a very cool collage that represents everything that is important to you. The best thing that can happen? Well, that just depends on the size and scope of your vision. Do it.

    (Even Mr. Skeptical aka Tony has created one.)

  2. Well, sh*t. If Tony has done it, then little old Skeptic Jr., here, should get on this project.

  3. Fine. I'm in. Though it may be a virtual board (read: desktop)

  4. I made an analog one and took a picture and made it the desktop on my computer. Best of both worlds.