Vision Without Action is Day Dream.

This weekend a girlfriend of mine and I took a little time to make a vision board. I used the magazines that just collect and put them to use. A vision board is a simple yet powerful visualization tool that activates the universal law of attraction to begin manifesting your dreams into reality. How many times do you think of something, forget, and then months down the road wished you would have wrote it down/completed something you dreamt about. This board can contain ideas from goals that you have set, or see in the future with the intention that these ideas are put to work.

My board included the following:

1. The year of the DO.

2. My passion is to spread why being healthy is important across America.

3. I want to love everyone in my life amazingly.

4. Trust my gut.

5. Get better on track w/ finance and saving.

6. Possibly move to NY.

7. Creating a perfect balance between work, relationship, school, working out etc.

8. Continue to workout and test my body in ways I never knew possible.

9. Not gossip about others (We are all guilty.) What is the point?

10. Have fun and be myself + Not worry about what others think.

I could have probably done 10 more boards.  You don’t realize how much your information your head can hold until you try to express it and the space just isn’t big enough. I encourage you to make a vision board. Mabe it’s not about health and working out, but it could involve being a better brother, sister, coworker, parent, friend or just a better you. Vision without action is day dream. It’s a new week- and almost a new year. Let’s try to be better in every aspect of our life. This doesn’t happen over night but rather day by day or pound by pound. While putting my vision to work- you all inspire me to be better every day.  Have a great Monday everyone.

On the Move.

It’s Friday! I am on the move this weekend. Aside from the physical moving part (I don’t think I am the only one who dreads this) I am beyond excited for a new chapter and place to call home. It’s always bittersweet leaving a great situation, but knowing that in order to grow you have to move forward and change things up a bit. I have been blessed for the last year to live with my family and spend some quality time day in and out – this almost makes me shed a tear while writing! My nieces have become my little sisters and my own sister has become a stronger best friend than ever before. It has been a great last year. As for the move- I am in love with all things grey…duvet, carpet, paint etc.  I have been searching around for cute goodies for the house….West Elm seems to be the winner for color scheme as well as affordable and cutest home goods. Once all is said and done, I can’t wait to get to decorating as well as creating a vision board for the next 6 months worth of goals. Nothing beats checking things off the list!

What’s on your vision board??

Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible to visible.

-Tony Robbins