Vision Board supplies and inspiration
The decade past had a range of perfect words. There were the serious ones -- health, climb and give -- and less serious ones -- fun and bubbly. I was all set to go with "Organization" for my perfect word of 2020. But then I received an email from the JCC (Jewish Community Center) Manhattan. They were hosting their annual New Year's Day Health and Wellness Event and the schedule included a session on vision boarding. I signed up for vision boarding and for a session on healthy eating.
My vision board coach, Robin Mandel.
I wasn't sure what to expect for the vision board session. But our great coach, Robin, had an informative and inspirational program put together before we touched scissors and glue stick. There were fun exercises, journal tips and great ideas for getting going in the morning. With Robin's go-ahead I am sharing her card. Local friends, Robin teaches aquatics classes at the JCC and does coaching.
After a great preparation it was time for scissors and glue sticks. The process was simple, but the inspiration was big. Per Robin, I chose three goals for my vision board. Per my Weight Watchers discussions about goals, I kept them concrete and achievable.
My Vision for 2020
My three goals:
1) Read 50 books in 2020. I've signed up for the
GoodReads Challenge so that I can track my reading for the year.
2) Tackle clutter every day. Even if it's only discarding the day's mail and shredding,
it will help me work towards a clutter-free house.
3) Use coupons and grocery shop carefully. My goal is eat healthy and be thrifty.
I had a great time at the vision board session and kept working after the workshop was officially done. I was so engrossed that I missed the healthy eating program that I had also signed up for. A shout out to my tablemate, Martha. We were both very enthusiastic and had a great time working together and a shout out to the JCC Manhattan for offering this great day to the community. It was the perfect way to begin the new year.
What are your goals for 2020? Is anyone else a vision board fan?
Tomorrow I officially declare the end of the holiday season in Buttercupland. The snowmen and monkey friends will leave for their year-round home, a.k.a. the linen closet. I'm going to sort the bags of wrapping paper, ribbon and cards and make a list detailing the contents.
As ever, thanks for visiting. I hope January 1, 2020 was kind to you and wishes for a wonderful year.