SOURCES: Susan Bruno, financial planner and cofounder, Diva When the bag was full, I deposited the collection into my savings account for a rainy day.
One of my most popular past blog posts is Vision Boards: A Quick Story.
If you want a house by the water, then get out the Dwell magazine and start there.
Many of us, however, have been doing them for years.(I’ve been using them at my women’s retreats for about 5 years now.) And the value of a vision board goes way beyond just mansions and gold watches!– You want to change your environment or surroundings.Her take:"Collecting all my receipts in a resealable bag in my purse was the perfect visual cue to remind me of all my spending.With lots of kindness and openness, ask yourself what it is you want.Or you might want to fold the board into a book that tells a story.