Written by : Brittany Derrenbacher and Sarah Pavey 

Create Your Own Self-Love Vision Board

The most important relationship that you will ever have in your life is your relationship with yourself. Creating a self-love vision board is a creative and relaxing exercise that offers an opportunity to cultivate a strong sense of love and acceptance through creativity and the power of visualization.  

Vision boards are a collection of images, words, and memories arranged to inspire you and help you manifest your goals or vision. Visualization and manifestation are empowering tools to create a positive and more accepting connection with yourself.  

 When we have a healthy level of self-love and self-esteem, it significantly impacts our mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Vision boards are an amazing tool to help you tap into Love for Self. Ask yourself: Who am I? What am I calling in? What brings me joy? What do I love most about my life?  

 Once you create a vision board, we recommend placing it where you will see it often — such as near a mirror or on the wall in a room you use frequently. Remember to take a moment each day (or several times throughout the day) to look at it and reflect on what it means to you.  

Vision Boarding Materials: 

  • Poster board, as big or small as you desire. Pro tip: you can leave space to add on throughout the year whenever inspiration strikes you.
  • Stickers! Give yourself a gold star!
  • Magazines, postcards, cut outs. You may be surprised where you’ll find inspiration and what messages or images you’ll find on everything from receipts to old flyers once you begin looking.
  • Scotch tape, scissors, glue or even better: glitter glue!
  • Markers, gel pens, colored pencils, crayons. (Yes, crayons!)
  • Childhood photo. Connect with little you, and make time to PLAY!
  • At no extra cost: your own imagination and creativity.

 

Listen to our podcast episode on Embracing Self-Love to hear how we create self-love vision boards in our workshops — and to get more ideas on how to create yours!

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