Intention – Vision Boards


“You create your thoughts, Your thoughts create your intentions and your intentions create your reality.”

~Wayne Dyer

Intention is a powerful way of focusing your energy in the direction you want to go in order to reach your goals and focus on what’s important to you. It helps you manifest the way you want to live your life to a fullest on a daily, weekly, monthly, etc. basis. By focusing your thoughts in a direction that makes your heart sing, you can transform your reality. To help focus your intention, I encourage you to make a vision board with whatever feeds your soul and with what you want to achieve. You can choose the timeline that fits your desires and make them as needed. Living with intention helps you avoid just existing and allows you to keep thriving!!!

What are 5 things you would like to see on your vision board? Write these things in your journal along with why they are important. To make a vision board get a poster board or a bulletin board, scissors, some glue and either magazines with things that interest you or find images online and print them out. You can do a combo of clippings and printed as well. This is for you alone, so organize in any way that makes sense for you. Find images, words, colors that represent the way you want to experience your world and the things you wish to achieve or bring into your life. When you are finish put it somewhere that you can see it. This is something that you can do as often as you feel the things on the board need to change.

~Vision Boards~

Supplies Necessary:

*Poster or trifold board


*double sided tape

*magazines or pictures off pinterest


I prefer the tri fold so that it can stand up on its own and stores better!


I used a mixture of pictures from Pinterest and Magazines to depict the images I wanted to set the intention for myself. You can make it focused on specific areas of your life like family or business or it can be more general!


Here is my finished product. I found that this board was much more focused than the one I made the previous year. I found there was a lot of value in comparing the two so that I could see what has shifted!

I hope that you enjoy the journey and the process!