You’re busy. You feel as if you never have any time for what you want to do.
More time … for what, though?
Sitting down to create a vision board can be a little bit scary. What if you don’t know what you want? What if you don’t know why having more time is important to you? Or what your dreams and visions are?
You can do this instinctively though. You don’t need to know ahead of time what you want your life to be like. Go with your instincts. As you see words, photos, or phrases which instinctively say something to you, cut them out for the board.
The question is: If you had more time, what would you do with it?
The answer is on your vision board.
Surrounded by beauty; filled with fun. Outdoors; with people who are beautiful inside; art and music. Positive, energy-giving people and experiences. Filled with fun – show more of my own fun side. Focus on fun experiences this year.
This year is for you: A reminder to stop and think about what I want from my time. What matters this year?
Our music goes with us and museum: I forget to turn on music when I’m home and I want to get back to it. I started singing again. I may use dancing as my exercise at home. I’ll be at a Joan Baez concert in March, my first concert in awhile. More art.
So you can: It simply resonated so it will be great to see this phrase unfold.
Intelligencer: Embrace my intelligence, cultivate it, and honor it. If I’m asking questions nobody else is, maybe that’s because I see things in a different way or before other people do. That’s my unique voice. Find yours.
The art of aging and middle whittling: More movement this year. I’ve never felt my age and apparently have looked 10 years younger than my age. Energy plays into this. “Art” is creative and appealing to me. “Whittling” is often what I do with clients with respect to their things/thought/time and tasks … and so this is also appealing because I love the way I get to spend my workdays now. Language and how we talk to ourselves is increasingly important.
Let’s kick things up/make life easier/the hammock picture: Kick things up AND make life easier. This is about where I direct my energy and time. Put energy into what I’m curious about or want in my life. Take time for simplicity in all things.
Dramatic, elegant, unapologetically bold: Not sure about the ‘dramatic’ part but it all sounds great together, so I’m curious if/how that piece shows up in my life.
It’s okay to be scared. It means you’re about to do something really really brave. I’ve got a few things lined up as experiments in being more scared!
The shed/small house: Less tolerance for stuff in my house and my home office. The tiny house represents simpler living and moving back to my inspiring work space, now that my puppy is 2 years old.
If you’d like to create your own vision board, I’ve written about “how to” in my latest newsletter.
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The question is: If you had more time, what would you do with it? The answer is on your vision board.
If words or intentions are your thing, check out “My 3 Words” for 2016.