Bullet Journal Monthly Vision Board
It’s a new month, so it’s time for my new bullet journal monthly vision board. Read more about bullet journal monthly pages HERE.
I wanted to make my vision board more, well, visual this month so I doodled what I want to happen and how I want to feel in the upcoming month. I like this more creative way of envisioning my month, so I will probably stick with this style.
But you never know.
I didn’t make it to the gym a single day in April, but I am determined to make it happen this month. I am also re-committing to my 10 p.m. bedtime because I am off schedule after a trip to visit my sister last week.
I plan on nurturing my marriage with weekly dates with my husband, and I have a coffee date scheduled with my oldest daughter. We talk at home, but it’s nice to go out and chat in a new environment.
I have a busy month coming up, so I’m focusing on one primary project with a couple of smaller projects planned if I finish the most important one. My main goal this month is to complete my new online course The Overwhelm Cure. I would like to have it completed and launched by June 1st at the latest.
What are your goals for this month? Leave a comment and let me know.
By the way, if you want to create a monthly vision board, but you’re not so artistic, you may want to check out the 2017 Joyful Life Planner HERE with pre-printed vision boards for each month. The planner is available in both the “charty” version (if you’re more analytical) and the “arty” version (if you’re more creative).
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