You know what's all the rage right now? DIY, or Do It Yourself projects. People love spending double the time, energy and money to make something that they could easily pick up at the store. And I kind of get it, it's fun to feel creative and people are pretty impressed by crafts. But I'm more of a BIY girl. You know, buy it yourself. I like how handmade projects look, but it's usually not worth the energy for me do it myself. Plus spending money is a good way to trick yourself into thinking you're happy.
But sometimes I'm struck by crafting lightening and I'm suddenly overwhelmed with the urge to do some things myself. About a month ago I stumbled upon and article on how to make your own vision board. After I spent 43 minutes laughing and questioning humanity, I decided to click on it. And it was just as ridiculous as I had assumed it would be. It has 3 sections and a video. 100 % unnecessary. Anyone who needs instructions for how to make vision boards should use those directions to create a vision board about how to not be an idiot. It's literally a board with stuff you like on it. WHY DO YOU NEED DIRECTIONS? You are all better than that.
But unfortunately it inspired me, and that's why today I'm going to be sharing some virtual vision boards I made. I was originally going to make these vision boards with a real bulletin board and thumbtacks and stuff, but then I remembered that this blog makes me 0 dollars and also that I do not have that kind of time. So I decided to make them using google drawings.
Vision boards are supposed to help you envision what you want out of life, the idea is that by putting these images out into the world, that you'll have a better chance of getting what you want. Let's see if it works.
I didn't use the instructions for this, so hopefully they turn out alright. Read More