Try a Vision Journal This Year!

Do you find Vision Boards useful in planning for and manifesting things you want to be part of your life? If so, try a Vision Journal this year to augment that tool. If not, this is a great way to use and expand the techniques – so try a Vision Journal this year!

It’s the time of year for resolutions and plans for the coming months. Sometimes once they are created and we look at that list of dates and to-dos, we’re instantly overwhelmed with the enormity of it all, so we file it away for “later.” And “later” may be much later.  Vision journals and boards are activate other parts of our brains and tend to stir up excitement and enthusiasm rather than overwhelm.

Rather than a bland calendar, lists or spreadsheets with dates and impressive sounding goals on them, vision journals and boards give you the creativity to let your dreams grow. As visual tools, they help you feel the achievement of your goals and dreams. That’s the real power of a vision board.

I wrote about more of the benefits and the power of Vision Boards here:  

Many people attest to the effectiveness of the Vision Board technique, and Vision Journals add value since they are portable and more accessible. The creator continues to be engaged with the priorities through written reflections, drawing, and ongoing tweaking. Once a Vision Board is created, few of us adjustment or update to make it a dynamic tool.

A Vision Journal benefits us in a couple of other ways.  It will boost your spirits when you face life’s inevitable struggles. Having a bad day? Spend some time working in your vision journal, and you’ll feel noticeably lighter at heart.

Feeling overwhelmed? Take a look at your vision journal for an instant reminder of why you’re working hard now, and what you stand to gain from it.

Try a Vision Journal this year! I will make it really easy for you to do that: a FREE, downloadable/printable Vision Journal can be accessed at this link: Journal for You 

Print in color or black/white, print extra pages as you want. The “Notes” pages can be used to reflect as you go through the year. Save the file so if you want to redo or make major adjustments in any area, you can print out new pages. Use the tool throughout the year and see what the effects are.  Happy New Year!!


I’m Carol Brusegar, author, photographer and curator of information. My focus is on gathering and writing on topics that enhance all our lives – regardless of our age. Topics include health and wellness, personal development, innovation and creativity, and a variety of helpful, practical tools and practices. I have a special interest in helping people over 50 years of age to create their 3rd Age – the next stage of their lives – to be the best it can be.

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