Ta-Da! Dream a Little Dream

Judging from when I made my initial post about the Vision Boards, I guess one could say I’m a bit of a procrastinator. Anyway…Today I finally attempted my O Board. The template was very easy to work with, searchable pictures were available on the site (or you could add your own), and they could be moved wherever you wanted on the page as well as sized and turned. The hardest part for me was coming up with enough stuff to fill the board – which is a good thing because it encouraged me to really think about my “dreams,” what I really wanted out of life. What I realized is that my dreams are fairly simple, and have a lot more to do with feelings than with stuff. All in all, it was a good experience  (I even felt a little empowered afterwards), and it currently plays the role of my computer background. My next step? A tangible Vision Board that I can hang in my home.

~Carolyn

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