I love creating vision boards. They are such great places to gather all or your goals and dreams of what you want to manifest in your life. Whenever I have made a vision board in the past, I could never really find a place to hang it. I used to make these very large intricate collages that span a couple of feet, and since I live in a small multipurpose home it had no place to live. Now for the solution, Duh…. PUT IT IN MY BULLET JOURNAL!!!
I keep my bullet journal with me wherever I go, tracking my thoughts and the tasks that need to be done. Why ever would I not put it inside this integral part of my life?! So I did. And I am loving it. Not only do I see it much more than I do in a corner of a room in the house somewhere, but I can look at it conveniently, whenever wherever I want to draw inspiration.
Where I got all my materials
I got all of my collage materials from magazines. My mom has a lot of subscriptions to magazines like good housekeeping, mary janes farm, and mother earth news. Whenever I visit, she gives me a stack perfect for collaging with! Plus those magazines are the ones I want to ready anyway, so they make great vision board material on account of my interest in the content.
To attach all of the magazine clippings I used a Tombow double sided tape roller which worked to keep things in place, but I think after I add more things over the next 6 months, I might just go over the whole collage with packing tape to keep everything in perfect condition.
My vision board is mainly pointed toward a mood. The mood of dawn magic in the garden, and life processing food finding well being and bliss in the work associated with my lifestyle. Sometimes in homesteading I get bogged down with all of the to-dos I have, so it is good to have the reminder that magic is everywhere, I just need be conscious of it!!!
Although my scissors are a tad rusty, they bring me so much joy! Old school things that last the test of time!
I hope this helped to inspire you to create your own bullet journal vision boards! If you have, tag me on instagram @cyclicalthought I would love to see what you create!