vision boards



A homeschool vision board is the same as a personal vision board.  The main difference between a personal vision board and a homeschool board is it will be about the vision you have for each of your children and the vision you have for your school.

vision board is a tool used to help clarify, concentrate and maintain focus on a specific life goal. Literally, a vision board is any sort of board on which you display images that represent whatever you want to work on, goals for each of your children, your self, or things you want for your school.

The human imagination is powerful, but it works like a muscle. For most of us, that power remains potential power and it's never fully utilized. A vision board allows you to exercise your imagination regularly, creating a more vivid vision of your ideal homeschool life as you develop your ability to make your visions, tangible and the benefits attainable.


You'll need:
  • a posterboard, cork board or small canvas.
  • a stack of old magazines.
  • scissors.
  • markers or paint.
  • glue, tape, thumbtacks or pins.
  • a photo of yourself (optional)


STEP 1:
Set aside about an hour to complete your vision board. Go to a quiet space in your home where you can concentrate on your goals for each child and your school.   

STEP 2:

Create a relaxing atmosphere. Put on some music, light a few candles if you want. Close your eyes and take a moment to reflect on your big goals and dreams. What do you want your ideal life to look like?

STEP 3:

Cut out images from magazines that represent the life you want to live. For example, if you want to become a fashion designer, you might clip photos of models wearing designer clothing on the runway. If you want to find a great romantic partner, you might snip pictures of happy couples smiling at each other.

STEP 4:

Place the photo of yourself in the middle of the board (optional). Then, paste or pin your magazine images on your board. There’s no “right way” to arrange your images. You can fill the board with pictures or just have a few posted all over on the board.

STEP 5:

Use your markers or paint to write your personal mantra or other favorite quotes onto your vision board. You can also just cut out words or phrases from the magazines to paste on your board that remind you of the life you want to live.

STEP 6:

Display your vision board somewhere you’ll see it every day and feel inspired! If you like, you can also frame your vision board and hang it on your wall.
And there you have it – an easy, step-by-step process for creating a vision board to help you reach your goals. I hope it’s useful to you!


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