Here’s a quick tutorial on how to create a digital vision board. This is a great way to take your vision board where ever you go. It’s super quick to do, and when you look at your phone you have an everyday reminder of your goals for the year.
So, here is what you need to do to create your digital vision board.
Find and download inspirational images that align with your vision board goals. Here’s a short clip on how to download Pinterest images to your phone.
Open or download a Picture Collage app. I use PicCollage. But there are tons out there. Just check your phone’s app store. You’ll now be able to organize your pictures in order that you want. Here’s a video of how the process may look if you use PicCollage. After you settled on a layout, save it your phone.
Here’s where things get a bit tricky. Not really, but it is an added step. You could just take the collage you have and save it to your phone, but it won’t fit the screen. I’m not sure about Androids, but iPhones will zoom in on the image. This means the entire vision board will not be in the frame. So, you need to take the collage you just made and put it in another collage! When you put your collage into the new collage you will have to resize it and test it out to make sure it fits in your wallpaper screen. Here’s a view of a few tests I had to do. It’s all trial and error.
Once you’ve decided on a layout. All you have to do now is save it and make the picture your wallpaper. Here’s how mine turned out.
Now you have a vision board that you can look at daily. I hope this tutorial helps, and if you have any questions about it leave it in the comments and I’ll respond.
I pray that your 2020 is amazing. I pray that your vision board becomes reality because you are going to do the work to make magic happen in your life.
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