How To Create a Vision Board That Works

This article was written by Jodie Michelle as a guest piece for TiaHarding.com, please visit the original blog post by clicking below.


What are Vision Boards and How Will They Help Me?

Vision boards, also known as dream boards, are a physical manifestation of your goals, that you can create to help align with your future self and aspirations.

This powerful technique uses the amazing capabilities of visualisation and the law of attraction.

In simple terms, creating your own vision boards utilises your mind’s ability to imagine your dreams as reality.

By thinking about your goals in this way, you are using the law of attraction.

This is the ability to attract into your life, whatever you are focusing on.

The law of attraction uses the power of the mind to materialise your thoughts.

Yes, it is pretty incredible.

Creating vision boards also allows you to gain clarity into what it is you would like for your future.

Giving yourself clear intentions and motivating you to get there.

Commonly, vision boards are a physical board filled with images, quotes, drawings or illustrations of what your goal looks like and how you plan to achieve it.


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What Should My Vision Boards Include?

How you create your vision boards and what you include will be depend on a lot of personal factors.

Everything is optional and all down to personal preference.

However, it is important to decide on a clear theme and/or goal for each board.

The simpler the better.

In terms of materials, physical vision boards often include:

  • Photographs
  • Cut-outs from magazines
  • Images from the internet you can print off
  • Motivational quotes
  • Role models or other inspirations

You also have the option of creating your boards digitally.

This is also down to personal preference, but really think about where you want to keep the boards so that you will take notice of them daily.

If you do choose to create digital vision boards, I recommend using Pinterest.

There are unlimited useful images, articles and existing boards you can take inspiration from and pin to your own.

It is probably the quickest and easiest option for creating a digital vision board.

Other online resources include Canva, Microsoft Powerpoint and PicMonkey.



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How to Create a Vision Board That Works, Step-by-Step

Although there are no rules when it comes to vision boarding, I have devised a step-by-step guide you can follow to encourage your manifestation.

Step 1. Now that you’re ready to create your vision boards, it is time to decide on your main goals.

To make it as simple and clear as possible, try to create a separate board for each goal.

Think about when you would like to achieve your aspirations by.

Is it a long-term goal? Or how you would like you life to look in 6 months time?

These are all important aspects to consider and establish for yourself.

Really focus on your deepest wishes and desires.

Examples of board themes/goals include:

  • Improve your health or fitness
  • Grow relationships with friends or family
  • Earn and save a set amount of money
  • Work on your career path
  • Learn a new hobby

Step 2. Think about how you want to feel, not just what you want.

It is important for the law of attraction to not just be materialistic with your goals.

Instead of envisioning a future with a brand new designer handbag, think about a future where you don’t have the stressor of constant budgeting.

Think about how you would feel knowing that you can afford new luxuries and treat yourself and your loved ones.


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Step 3. Decide on how many vision boards you want to create.

Once you have listed your main goals, you will have a better idea of how many boards you should create.

I recommend not making any more than 4 separate boards as this can be too much to focus on at once, and could be more of a distraction.

Having so many goals and/or boards can also increase stress levels, as you are juggling all these dreams and worrying about how you are going to achieve them all.

I recommend 2-3 vision boards for best results.

If you have a lot more goals listed, try to combine some together under an umbrella category.

For example, if you have goals to lose weight and exercise more, you could use the umbrella category ‘health and fitness’ to add all these visions onto one board.

Step 4. Are your boards going to be physical or digital?

Think about what you enjoy doing more. Are you a crafty person? Or a techie one?

I personally think it is a whole experience to physically create your boards.

A lot more effort and love can go into this hand creation, but you also might need to invest in some supplies, such as card, glue, stickers and prints.

Digital vision boards can be quicker and less messy to make, but some people find it more difficult to establish a bond with a digital creation than a handmade one.

This choice is completely down to personal preference. So get deciding so you can get creating!

Step 5. Once you’ve made all the above decisions, and collected all the materials you need, it is time to let your imagination run wild.

Your vision boards can be as messy and chaotic as you would like.

I love the aesthetic of different images, text and colours layered randomly and almost carelessly.

It is like a big ball of positive energy.

Alternatively, some people like to create the most neatest and uniformed boards you could imagine.

Images all perfectly straight and aligned, or angled and layered, the choice is completely yours.



Step 6. Now everything is in its place, you can go ahead and label your boards.

This step is completely optional and is unlikely to restrict the effectiveness of your vision boards.

I like to do this to clarify my goals in a handful of words.

It is also great practice to speak the goals or themes aloud when focusing on your boards.

For my personal vision boards, I have one bold word written in the middle of each.

For example, career, relationships and health.

If this isn’t something you think would add value to this exercise, please feel free to skip this step and move on to the next.

Step 7. Yay! Congratulations, you have created your visions boards!

Now it is time to decide where they are going to live.

It can be a lot more effective to make sure your boards are kept somewhere that will catch your eye everyday.

A common choice for physical vision boards is on a bedroom wall.

I would recommend the wall opposite you when you are in bed.

This way, it is the first thing you see when you wake up, and the last thing you see before you go to sleep.

Other places include on the fridge, in a bullet journal or in your office.

For digital boards, you can give yourself the same options by printing them out.

However, if you would like to keep your vision boards paper-free, my top way of displaying them would be as your phone or computer screensaver.

This is somewhere you look at every single day.

You could create a slideshow screensaver, that changes from one vision board to the next, or combine all your boards together into one image and separate them into sections.

If you are a keen Pinterest user and have chosen to create your vision boards this way, it is an option to keep them in this format.

However, I suggest you consider another way of displaying your boards to ensure they are prominent in your daily life.


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And that’s a wrap everyone!

Thank you so much for giving me some of your time today and I wish you the best of luck with your vision boards and personal growth.

If you have any questions about the topics I have discussed in this article or would like to know more, I am always happy to chat anytime.

You can contact me at [email protected], or alternatively, Tia is a fount of knowledge who would also be happy to help.

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The Power of Daily Affirmations for Building Self-Love and Self-Worth

When living in a world that is so deeply rooted in social media and personal image, it can be hard to turn off that constant comparison in your head, even when you put your phone down.

Social media has made it very hard to differentiate what is reality and what is not and it has caused a lot of suffering for many people.

A powerful tool that can be used for good has caused many to lose their sense of worth and confidence.

Something I have found to help keep me grounded and rooted in who I am has been focusing on how I talk to myself and treat myself daily.

I always say, if you wouldn’t talk to your friend the way you talk to yourself, there is an issue that needs to be fixed.

Insert daily affirmations!


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Hey Y’all!

Chas here, just your average single mama in sunny SoCal providing a safe space on the internet to discuss all things mental health, motherhood, and women empowerment-related!

After going through many difficult times in my life, I kept searching for some place to get answers or to just feel like I wasn’t alone. After many years of not finding it, I decided it was in my power to create it. So here we are!

What Are Daily Affirmations?

Daily affirmations are positive statements that help train your brain both consciously and unconsciously to focus on a goal.

That goal can be anything from work-related to self-esteem related.

The goal of these powerful mantras are to overcome that negative voice we all have in our heads, in addition to diminishing self-sabotaging behaviours or thoughts.

Instead of focusing on negativity within ourselves, we are redirecting our focus to positivity.

When we focus on speaking positively about ourselves, we re-train our brain to work for us instead of against us.

This mental shift has such a profound affect especially if you suffer from a mental illness such as depression, anxiety, OCD, and more.


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How to Incorporate Affirmations Into Your Daily Routine

A great way to start incorporating positive affirmations into your life, is by first committing.

Focus on the next seven days to make it a point to create a routine in the morning that lets you focus on your intentions and start your day on a positive note.

When you wake up, avoid checking your phone first thing. Instead go to your bathroom and while brushing your teeth (or doing whatever it is that you do right in the morning), focus on what your intention is for the day and a goal you have for yourself.

Make sure you are standing in front of a mirror!

When you have set your intention, think of a mantra that goes with that intention. See some examples below!

Whatever mantra you have chosen (there is no right or wrong), repeat it 3-5 times while looking at yourself in the mirror.

Focus on your breath in-between reciting your affirmation.

Once you have completed, go and drink 8oz of water before consuming anything else.

Continue to focus on your intention, and then carry on about your day!


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Examples of Powerful Affirmations

25 examples of some powerful affirmations are:

  1. I choose to let go of negative self-talk.
  2. I am strong, I am beautiful and I am worthy of all good things in life.
  3. I am capable of anything I set my mind to.
  4. I love and accept my true self.
  5. I choose to forgive myself and let go of any past mistakes.
  6. I set healthy boundaries and take time to focus on myself as needed.
  7. I choose to let go of all things I have no control over in my life.
  8. I am committed to choosing me, each and every day.
  9. I am committed to saying no to things that no longer serve me.
  10. I am prioritising my emotional, mental, and physical health today.
  11. I choose to live my best life.
  12. I deserve to feel loved and to feel happy.
  13. I am in charge of how I feel and today I choose happiness.
  14. I am love.
  15. I am compassion.
  16. I radiate positive energy.
  17. Today is filled with endless possibilities and I am worthy of all.
  18. Today is amazing and things are going to happen for me.
  19. I am beautiful.
  20. I believe in my abilities.
  21. I have the power to change my story.
  22. I use my failures as a stepping stone.
  23. No one can make me feel inferior.
  24. I breathe in peace and breathe out fear.
  25. Today I let go of self-criticism.

Feel free to write down your own and put them on sticky notes around your home!

Have them serve as a constant reminder of your commitment to caring for yourself and loving on yourself!

Here’s to honoring our worth!

XO,
Chas


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How to Create Powerful SMART Goals for Success

Self improvement and growth are imperative in order to live your best life.

One of the key ways to track your success and development is through the setting of goals.

Goals are simply what you want to achieve after a given period of time.

They can be small specific targets, to reach a certain weight for example, or vaguer life goals (perhaps, retiring by age 60).

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A common time for goal setting is around the New Year, many of us plan to do things differently come January 1st but only around 8% of us actually achieve these resolutions.

But what if there was a way to make your goals more achievable and motivate yourself to keep going?

Read on to find out all about setting SMART goals for success.


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What Are SMART Goals?

The idea behind SMART goals is believed to have come from Peter Drucker’s Management by Objectives concept.

Creating these goals is a method often used in project management, employee-performance management and personal development.

This article focuses on the latter.

Top-level athletes, successful businesspeople and achievers in all fields all set goals using the SMART acronym.

Each letter of the acronym, SMART, guides the goal setting process to ensure you have well defined targets that you can easily track your progress with.


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How To Implement SMART Goals Into Your Life

Before you begin creating your very own SMART goals, let’s talk about what they include.

S pecific

Define what exactly you want to achieve.

What does success look like to you?

Think about why you want to complete this action, and how you would go about doing this.

M easurable

Find a way to measure you progress along the way to achieving this goal.

If your goal is to drink more water, you could measure how many litres you are drinking daily until you reach your target of 2 litres a day, for example.

You could also create a detailed timeline to follow throughout the process.


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A chievable

Consider what tools and resources you will need to make your goal achievable.

Do you need a detailed plan? Will it cost money? Or do you just need more knowledge or skills in that area?

List all the things you will need throughout the process.

R ealistic

Given the resources available to you, think about how realistic your goal is to achieve.

Consider its importance to you and whether it is the right time in your life to be embarking on this journey.

Find ways to make your goal more realistic by relaxing deadlines or designating a certain amount of time a week to this goal.

T ime-related

Decide on a final time you want your goal to be achieved by.

This can be as specific as a certain date and time.

Or a bit looser, such as, by the time you are 30 years old.

Make sure you are clearly defining a time, whilst not putting too much pressure on yourself with unrealistic deadlines.


Ever heard of SMART goals? Well I am about to tell you all about them. Sit tight and get ready to open your eyes to a world where goals and dreams can be achieved with ease.

Now you’re ready to decide on the goals you would like to set, make sure to have a good look at any vision boards you have, or simply think about what you have always wanted in your future.

Setting long-term goals can take time, so do not rush to complete your list of future SMART goals as this can affect your success rate.


Initial Goal Starting Points

Here are some starting points to initiate the goal-making process:

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  • Drink 2 litres of water a day
  • Exercise for at least 30 minutes, 4 days a week
  • Reduce household plastic waste by 50%
  • Improve your sleeping schedule
  • Volunteer once a week
  • Create and maintain a capsule wardrobe
  • Indulge in self-care practices, 3 times a week
  • Reduce impulse buys by focusing on needs more than wants
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Starting a Mindful Morning Routine

It’s Friday again and I’ve managed to pull another blog post out the bag! That’s going on my list of achievements.

So today, I wanted to outline the new practices I have started using as part as my morning routine, to encourage mindfulness. This basic schedule begins when I wake up in the morning to about midday.

Please bare in mind that I am not a morning person and I don’t start most days until 10am. So please, if you are a morning person or have to get up at an earlier time, just move the schedule forward by how many hours suits you.

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9.00 My lovely, soft morning alarm wakes me up.

I can’t get out of bed straight away, but I take my eye mask off, sit up a little and take some big sips of water.

This is important, you should start everyday by drinking water. It helps to kickstart your metabolism and gets your body ready for the day ahead. I can’t recommend this enough.

9.15 By this time, I have finally dragged myself out of bed and made my way downstairs.

Now, I know everyone’s morning routine is slightly different, but I always start with breakfast.

If this seems absurd to you and completely out of the realms of your usual routine, don’t worry. I am going to recap all the activities for mindfulness in this article right at the very end. You can rearrange them into whichever order suits you best.

My usual breakfast consists of crunchy peanut butter on wholemeal toast. I’m not really sure if this is the best way to kickstart the day but it suits me fine.

Occasionally, I will swap this out for porridge or strawberry Alpro yoghurt.

9.30 By now it’s time for my morning coffee.

I’ve recently been indulging in a vegan mocha creation of mine. But I do like to mix it up and have different hot drinks.

I spend this time to be more mindful and aware of all my senses. Using a certain habit or activity to remind yourself to be more mindful is a great practice.

I will smell the coffee and try to describe the aroma to myself. I will feel the warmth of the mug on my hands.

Finally, I will taste the coffee on my lips and try to describe that best I can. Feeling the sensation of the warm drink going down my throat.

I also love to do this activity outside, weather permitting. It’s such an experience to sit in my garden with the dogs and observe everything around me.

Leaves falling off the trees. The plants swaying in the breeze. Birds singing their morning song.


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9.50 After 20 minutes or so, I head back upstairs and take any medications I need to at this point.

Every morning I take a vegan supplement that helps me to get all the vitamins and minerals I need for my diet.

I also take any prescription medication I’m on, making sure to wash down both with some cool water.

10.00 By 10am I am still in my pyjamas, but I find a quiet spot in the house (which can sometimes be difficult), find a cushion to sit on and cross my legs.

It’s time to meditate.

Now, it is down to personal preference what time of day meditation takes place.

Some people prefer to use it to wind-down in the evening. But I find, I am much less likely to do it if I leave it until last thing.

I am new to meditation myself, and I’m not going to pretend it is as easy as just sitting with your eyes closed. It isn’t.

I recommend finding some good guided meditations to begin with, I will list some I have found useful below.

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10.15 As a beginner, I aim to do 15 minutes of meditation a day.

Sometimes I do more, sometimes I do less. Sometimes I skip it completely. But once I’ve come out of this meditative state, I actually start to get ready for the day.

To help incorporate podcasts into my day, I make sure to let them play during this time. I always start by listening to the daily podcast by Andy Puddicombe, Radio Headspace.

I love that he talks about relevant events to the day and his podcasts are only 4 minutes long. It is also nice to listen to an English podcaster, as the majority I listen to are Australian.

I am also working my way through Rachael Kable’s, The Mindful Kind. Listening to these inspiring podcasts about mindfulness and head space, is a really great and almost passive, mindfulness practice.

I’ve learnt so much through this part of my morning routine.

During my podcast listening time, I wash my face, brush my teeth, get dressed, brush my hair, make my bed and mist my indoor plants.

11.00 When all this is done, and I’ve completed the main bulk of my morning activities, I like to take a minute to sit down and review my self-care journal.

I started my journal just over a month ago, and it is in a similar style to a bullet journal. I use my iPad and download different journal templates, as a way to be more zero waste.

I have become so much more organised since using this journal and it has allowed me to clear my mind during meditation, as soon as I think of something I need to do, it is written in there.

I check my monthly planner and daily planner to see what needs doing today. I also write down what I ate for breakfast and tick off items from my habits list I have already completed.

11.15 I then respond to any emails than need replying to and use my phone for the first time of the day.

I check my social medias (usually Twitter and Instagram) also, and respond where necessary to notifications.

11.30 By this time, I have built up the energy to do my daily workout.

I head back downstairs and choose between the static bike or a YouTube core workout.

(I usually opt for a bit of cycling.)

I spend between half hour to an hour exercising, making sure to drink lots of water whilst doing so.

12.00 When I am all sweated out, I head upstairs and hop in the shower.

Just like with my coffee, I like to use the shower as a trigger to be mindful and acknowledge my senses.

I feel the water pouring down onto me, and its warmth. I feel the droplets bouncing off my skin and down into the plug hole.

I use my shampoo, conditioner and body soap all whilst thinking about their scents and feeling them foam up.

I also like to spend this time thinking about what my plans are for the rest of the day.


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And that is pretty much it.

I usually will listen to some more podcasts or an audiobook whilst I get dressed a second time, but that is the end of my morning routine.

To find out more about other mindful habits I have started to incorporate into my life, you can find my last blog post here.

I hope this schedule has been helpful to you in some way and that you take away at least one of the mindfulness practices I have mentioned in this post.

To recap, I have listed the main mindfulness techniques I have incorporated into my morning routine.

  • Eat breakfast or drink your morning hot drink mindfully – concentrate on your senses, think about all the different smells and tastes you’re experiencing.
  • Meditate – this can be a very short time for beginners (even 5 minutes is great), I recommend starting with guided meditations.
  • Review your planner or journal and plan out your day generously – you can remind yourself of some more mindfulness habits you would like to work on during the rest of the day.
  • Take a mindful shower or bath – focus on the scents of your soaps and shampoo, and the warmth of the water.

I hope you have found this week’s article of some help to you. I would love to hear what your mindful morning routine consists of too.

See you next Friday!



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Beginning My Intermittent Fasting Journey

Whilst I decide what I really want this blog to be about, I thought it would be a good idea to start off by introducing a recent discovery in my life.

Before the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in a full UK lockdown, I had never really come across the term ‘intermittent fasting’ and I definitely had no clue as to what it was all about.

But as the days turn into weeks, weeks into months, I knew I had to make a change in my lifestyle in order to become healthier and lose the weight I’ve been trying to for about 5 years.

In the past, I have tried so many different methods for weight loss and had no joy. I’ve even tried unhealthy methods, such as starving myself at one point, I don’t condone or recommend this at all.

But the point is, I’ve given pretty much everything a go, healthy eating, extreme exercise and my body just doesn’t seem to change. I’m very results-driven so because of this, I often give up these diets pretty early on.

So with the UK lockdown restricting our exercise and variety of foods, I decided I needed to find a new way to shed the pounds and this is how I found out about intermittent fasting.


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Working it out

At first it really didn’t make sense to me, all the articles I read had numbers flying at me left, right and center.

From 12:12 to 20:4, I didn’t understand any of it. This is when I began downloading loads of fasting apps on my phone to see if any of them could help me.

After browsing through about 6 of them, I decided Fastic seemed to be the best app for what I was trying to achieve, and I wasn’t wrong!

When you first sign up to the app it recommends for you to join their Facebook group with all the other intermittent fasters of the world.

I soon found out that this is an amazing community where everyone is so friendly and supportive, and always helping to motivate each other to keep going.

Any questions I had about intermittent fasting (including whether brushing my teeth with toothpaste broke my fast), someone was always there to jump into the comment section and provide answers supported with evidence.

(It doesn’t by the way).

So now I had the support system I’d always needed, it was time to give it a go.

Fastic has many features built into it, some which are premium but I’m just using the free version for now, and one of my favourites is their daily lessons.

Each lesson takes about 1 minute to complete and consists of some infographics to help you along your fasting journey, day by day.

This is how I’ve learnt so much about intermittent fasting so quickly.

Motivated by this, I decided to chose an intermediate level fasting programme to begin with, this is the 20:4.

Once you understand it, the numbers used are really simple. 20 is the number of consecutive hours you fast in a day and the 4 is the amount of hours you have to eat.

For another example, one of the suggested beginners programme is the 16:8, for this you would fast for 16 hours straight and have an 8 hour window for food intake.

Another great thing about intermittent fasting is that you can choose the hours you do to fit around your schedule.

So for me, I decided my eating window would be from 4pm to 8pm as this works best with me currently sleeping in late and doing my workout in the afternoon.

The times you choose to eat and fast don’t affect the success of the diet.


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My Progress So Far

So, for those of you wondering about my progress, I can tell you that I’ve started off well.

Everyday it becomes easier and easier to reach my fasting goals, some days I’ve fasted for an extra hour. And the results…in the first 5 days I lost 2.4kg!

Unfortunately after consulting my fasting Facebook group, they confirmed that I shouldn’t expect to keep shedding weight this quickly as the majority of this weight loss is from something called ‘water weight‘.

But still, I feel better in myself already.


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The Life-Changing Benefits

As well as my speedy progress, there are so many confirmed health benefits to intermittent fasting.

One I found the most surprising was that after a couple weeks you actually begin to feel like you have more energy than ever.

This is because your body will begin to automatically take energy from your body’s stores instead of waiting around for your next intake of food.

Some other amazing benefits are listed below:

(All facts in this list are evidence-based)

So, I’m exciting to keep going with my intermittent fasting and see where it takes me. I will make sure to keep you updated with my progress and when I hopefully reach my goal. 4kg lost, 15kg to go!


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