HOW TO MAKE A REUSABLE VISION BOARD IN YOUR PLANNER

Creating a vision board in your planner is a very easy way to keep you motivated and productive, and it is fully customizable to any planner size.

STEP 1: CREATE THE BACKGROUND

I began by selecting a pretty patterned paper and cutting it to the size of my planner pages. Next, I laminated the page because I wanted extra durability and the flexibility to change the images if I wanted to. Lastly, I used a coordinating hole punch so I could insert the page into my planner.

STEP 2: FIND COORDINATING IMAGES

Pick 5-6 goals you would like to achieve in the next year. Once you have narrowed them down, look through magazines or run an image search for specific items specific to your chosen goals and print them out. TIPS: Choose images with different orientations and sizes so the overall board looks more interesting. Do a pretty good search and find images you like to look at that also fit in a general color scheme. If you need help with coming up with a color scheme, run a search for them to find inspiration or find one image you really like and pull 4-5 colors from that to make your own.

STEP 3: ARRANGE THE IMAGES

Arrange the images on the laminated page from largest to smallest. You are happy with it, choose an adhesive (I used double sided adhesive on the back of the images that I blotted with my fingertips to make them less permanent) and attach the images to the board.

STEP 4: FILL IN EMPTY SPACES

Fill in the gaps or separate images with stickers, labels, and motivational quotes for added interest to the board. I used a label maker to print out my goals and place them near their corresponding images. Have fun with it!

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