Well, welcome back to Love, Jenell. I took a long break from blogging. At the end of 2018, I went from being a SAHM to a working mom. I also had invasive eye surgery. So, when the New Year rolled around I was still trying to find my balance and heal. BUT this year I am determined for it to be different. Next year I want to be more intentional with my actions. I’ve already started working on my 2020 goals. My 2017 Free Vision Board Printable, is by far my most popular post. So, I thought I would update it and reflect a tad bit on my 2019.
Truthfully, 2019 has been a rollercoaster for me. From dealing with loss to difficult transitions, this year has been tough. It wasn’t all bad. I did make some amazing memories with my family, but it wasn’t the best. If I am being honest, I didn’t accomplish much this year.
One way I’ve started working on my 2020 goals is by writing this blog post and creating new products. So, I created a new vision board printable. I love creating resources like these. I hope they come in handy as you map out your plans for the New Year. Before you start cutting out pretty pictures, make sure you are intentional about what you put on your board. Here are 3 things I think we all should consider before we create our vision board.
- Think about what you really want to happen this year. Yes, that new car in the magazine is nice but is that truly what you are desiring to get in the new year.
- Think beyond your vision board. Take some time to write out your goals for the New Year. Write the vision and make it plain.
- Lastly, think about the person you will have to show up as to accomplish your goals. How would a person who is financially stable spend or handle their money? What does a healthy person eat? Show up as that person.
If you would like some additional supplies, I do have a digital Vision Board kit that you can purchase for $7 through the month of December. You can click HERE to check it out. It’s complete with goal setting worksheets and printables to decorate your vision board or frame.
Remember, you got this and God’s got you! Check back next Sunday to learn about how I create my phone/digital vision board. Comment below what’s one thing you hope to accomplish in 2020.