This is the second post in our 5 post series. Yesterday I wrote about the importance of writing down our goals and our whys (view it here). As promised, my goal is to do what I love and get to enjoy time with my daughter, who is also my why.
Today we will discuss dreamboards and how to make them.
I was introduced to the idea of a dreamboard about 6 years ago when I became a PartyLite consultant. I try to make a dreamboard of some sort every year. Dreamboards are another visual reminder of your goals and what those goals look like once you achieve them.
I did a bit of research on dreamboards and found some digital options that you can try, or you can use my preferred method, which I will teach you here.
One of the digital options I found is through Oprah’s website. It’s called an O Dream Board. You have to create an account on the website, but once you do you can create your board. First you choose a background. Then you can search for and choose available images or upload your own. You can also add text. Once you have completed your board, you can print it, share it, or save it to your computer. You can also create more than one dreamboard, if you have different goals you are striving for. Here is the dreamboard I quickly made on there.
I also found an iPhone app called Go Dreamy. It’s kind of neat because you can sort it out by topic. From the app you can upload photos from your library or take photos straight from the app. It also gives you the option to share your dreams/goals on Facebook. Here’s what I quickly came up with today. It’s not completed yet.
Come back tomorrow for part 3 in our series!