Nancie Mwai Wild Woman

Look from Shop New Level

Don’t get me wrong, vision boards are great! However, I was having a conversation with my friend Joy the other day and we realized how sometimes vision boards can be a huge source of stress and anxiety especially during the year when you feel as if you haven’t accomplished much.

As much as I’m an idealist we have to keep it real here, a physical vision board that you see daily can somewhat in the future make you feel like a failure especially if you haven’t started working on or even accomplished any of those goals set out.

I’m all for digital vision boards on Pinterest, keep it private and come refer to it from time to time. That way you’ve put your vision out there in the world and you may end up accomplishing it within that year or later however you won’t be painfully looking at it every day if you don’t!

What do you guys think about this?



  1. Joy Quint
    August 1, 2019 / 1:04 pm

    This is entirely true for me. I made the physical board and it gave me anxiety every time i would see it and realize the year is going by so fast and i have ticked on most of the stuff. i think next year i will try a digital board and work month by month but still have one big bold goal for the year!

  2. SHarleen
    August 8, 2019 / 10:39 am

    first things first, congratulations on the new site! its a fresh mood in here! great job! I Absolutely see where you are coming from with the mood board.. I think because what happens is if i am not careful is, it becomes a constant reminder of what i do not have, have not achieved or lagging behind on, esp because (if you are a perfectionist like me) everything you place on the vision board is the best of the best, premium perfection. and sometimes instead its just more healthy to be present and count your blessings, learn to be grateful and live in the now, make the choices as you go, have the inspirations set aside somewhere, instead of being anxious all the time. so just knowing your head space and listening to where you are at in the now and serving that need.

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