It is snowing heavily outside as I type this.
A quiet, beautiful day for reflection, clearing out space (literally and figuratively), determining goals, and creating my vision board for 2015.
I decided earlier this week that I would set aside several hours on Saturday devoted to writing, envisioning, cleaning/clearing out, reflecting, and dreaming.
I know myself well enough to know that doing these things are imperative to my well-being.
Therefore, for the next few hours, I'll be writing, envisioning, and creating.
First, this: A thought-provoking and thorough writing prompt from one of my favorite ladies, Melody Beattie. I kid you not, this woman's work has changed my life -
Then, my vision board for 2015 -
This quote still beautifully summarizes how I feel about vision boards and why they are so important to me: "[C]reating a vision board and sticking it in your line of sight, is an awesome way to communicate with the Universe about what you would like to collaborate on in your life."
- Jessica Ainscough
If you have never made a vision board or you're not sure what one is or why you need one, start here:
I'll hope you'll join me, friends. Carve out some time for yourself - even if it's only a few minutes at a time and takes you a week or so to complete. Because the power of envisioning what you want for 2015 cannot be underestimated.
Here's to good New Year and may you find blessings even when your heart and your mettle is tested.
Sites I Dig
The Road is Home
The Seed & Plate
Sharon Covert Photography
The Define School
The Noisy Plume
Sarah Gee Photography
Fox & Owl Studio
The Stork and The Beanstalk
Mellow Yellow Photography
A Simple Little Journal
What I've Been Reading
The Girls by Emma Cline
A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
Never Broken by Jewel
Hold Still by Sally Mann