January 4, 2022

2022 Vision Board Ideas



 Hello, lovelies! It has been a while, hasn't it? Christmas and New Year's were so bustling and busy that I couldn't get much done in the way of blogging. I hope that you all had a beautiful holiday season filled with joy and merriment! I do have to say, though, I am ready for a new year. That leads me to today's post - 2022 Vision Board Ideas!



What is a Vision Board?

A vision board is a personalized creation that features your very own desires and dreams for the future in the form of photos, illustrations, words, and quotes. These often come from magazines, print outs, or online graphic sources. The idea behind vision boards involves manifestation. I'm sure you've heard of that term, as it is used very frequently nowadays. Manifesting essentially means to call a wish or goal into reality. This is definitely a part of traditional vision boards. However, remember that manifestation can look different for everyone. The general message behind manifestation is that what you place your attention on in terms of visions for the future, that is where your energy will culminate.

How to Create a Vision Board:

Before putting any ideas to paper, it may be helpful to meditate, journal, and focus on the goals and dreams that you have for the upcoming year. Consider not only what you want, but what you need and what you already have. Think about your life in a multifaceted way - relationships, career, finances, home life, bodily health, mental health, etc. What are your areas of current strengths? What areas are you wanting to improve upon and how so? What steps are needed to take to achieve these goals?


Being in a clear, logical headspace may make it easier to consider these terms. Meditate, take a relaxing bath/shower, light some candles or turn on a diffuser, and create an overall soothing space for you to begin your vision board work.

Be Specific and Positive:

When looking for your images, quotes, and phrases, use what you are drawn to and what inspires you. Remember that what you are putting on your vision board is what you DO want, NOT what you want to avoid. The goal of a vision board is to draw in the positive that life has to offer. You can use magazines, print outs, and image searches to find just the right image.

Once you've found all of the images you'd like to use, you'll need a piece of paper or poster board to attach them to, like a collage. If you prefer putting things together digitally, there are several websites that can assist you in putting together a digital vision board that can be printed afterwards, if desired!

Image Search Ideas: Google ImagesPinterestWeHeartItShutterStock

Digital Vision Board Creators: CanvaPicMonkey Vision BoardDesygner

Take some time to create your vision board, try not to rush through it. Put intention and focus onto the images you choose. What drew you to your select pictures? What do they represent in terms of your goals? Be as specific as you can with your intentions - get a clear picture of what you're striving towards.

Interact With Your Vision Board Everyday:


While you don't have to engage with your vision board consistently throughout the day, it is helpful to keep your vision board in a space where you will encounter it at some point during each day. This process helps to remind you of your goals, the steps needed to achieve them, and to create a sense of motivation to continue working towards your visions. You want to keep your vision board in your consciousness and at close reach in your mind. You can even create a portable vision board in a notebook or on a smaller, travel-friendly poster. 

Say "Yes" To Opportunity:

When working with your goals through a vision board, it's important to remember that, ideally, new opportunities will present themselves so it's necessary to be open to new adventures and perspectives. You can create all the vision boards in the world, but if you aren't taking new chances or saying yes to the opportunities that the universe presents to you, it will be very difficult to achieve your goals. For example, a vision board can't get you hired for a new job if you don't send in the application first! 

Consider creating a new vision board around every 6-12 months, or when you have a new goal that you are working on! Remember to be gentle and kind to yourself during this process, and to be open to the wild, new, and unknown.

A 2022 Vision Board Example:

I have featured one of my visions boards for the year of 2022 below! It relates specifically to career and finances. I hope it sparks some inspiration in you!


Have you ever created a vision board? Are you planning on creating one for 2022? What are your favorite tips, tricks, and ideas for vision boards? Let me know in the comments! Until next time!




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  1. It's been a really long time since I've created a vision board, but this reminds me of when I enjoyed making them so much. I might create a digital one in the future. You've inspired me!

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    1. I do find that digital vision boards are a good way of putting together a variety of ideas for the future. I'd love to see if you do end up making a vision board! Thank you for reading!

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  2. I've always wanted to try one! Maybe this is my year to do it :)

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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    1. I would love to know if you give it a try! Keep me updated! xoxo

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  3. I actually need to get started on a vision board as well! Such a great way to add visuals to your goals.

    Candice x

    theblogsocial.com

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    1. I agree, vision boards are such a lovely way to help motivate yourself to achieve future goals through imagery! Thank you for reading!

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  4. I remember creating a vision board a while back. It's something fun to do when you've got free time.

    www.fashionradi.com

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  5. I have not made moodboards nor vision boards for the longest time, and it feels so good to see that someone in the blogging world is still using them! I used to be a makeup artist and would use them all the time, making them with Pinterest and Canva. You know what? I'll start making some again in 2022, maybe they'll help me out with my goals!

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    1. I'm so glad that this post inspired you to pick up vision boards again. Let me know how it works out and if it helps you move towards your goals! Thank you for reading!

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  6. I've never made a vision board before, but I really want to. This may be the year to start xx

    Hannah | https://luxuryblush.co.uk/

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    1. Always a good time to give it a try! Thank you for reading!

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