With a new year, we vow to eat better, exercise more and obtain our dream job. For many of us, somewhere around mid-February, we abandon our yoga class for another Netflix marathon, give up fruits and vegetables for chocolate and ice cream and forgo plans to find a better job.
Resolutions are great, but many of us need an extra incentive to stay on track. That's why I chose to create a vision board to visually represent my goals. Once you determine what you want to achieve, sit down and find photos and words that inspire you to meet these goals.
For actual tips on how to create your own vision board, take the advice of Connie Whitesell, a Life Coach who has found success in creating her own and counseling her clients on their benefits. Here are her 10 tips to creating a board that represents your true desires and goals.