A few weeks ago I was invited to meet up with a couple of friends in order to work on a vision board. The plan was to gather up our art supplies and set an intentional time in which to work on this project together. I had never done a vision board before and was honestly more drawn to simply supporting my friend’s idea of wanting to do this more so than the actual doing of it was concerned but I was plenty happy to figure out just what the heck I would put on my board when the time came.
Before my friends and I met up for the first time a few weeks ago I mentioned the project to my husband Mike and said, “Gosh I really have no idea what to put on my vision board.” With quickness and ease he offered, “Why don’t you include stuff about our wanting to find land and build a practice community?” Huzzah! Of course! That was the perfect idea! Thank goodness for getting inspiration from those around us :)
Ever since we met my husband and I have held the dream of buying land and building our own house. Over the years our vision has expanded to include a mindfulness practice center with retreat and communal living opportunities. We’ve been loosely looking at land and wish to amp up our efforts this coming year. So doing a vision board to help set our intentions in this direction was well timed.