Your Intentions May Need To Be Adjusted.
I made a Vision Board for my intentions this year. This is not my first Vision Board. I had made one back in 1992 as part of a journal I was keeping. I cut out pictures of all of the things I thought I really needed and wanted at the time. Looking back, I see that I managed to produce just about everything I put in the journal. This year, though, I am applying the concept of Visualization to larger life goals. Goals intended to create a foundation for the better things to come.
I never shy away from lofty goals. So, I still stand by my first Board, but some adjustments had to be made once the rhythm of life revealed itself. For instance, my financial goal is realistic, but I was overwhelmed and not really feeling it. Therefore, I adjusted it to a more attainable amount that doesn't send my mind reeling with anticipation.
I've also started video blogging and I'm continuing on with a book I've been writing. I'm really excited. Standing back and revisiting my Vision Board has snapped me out of my winter funk and motivated me to keep on going. Don't be afraid to go back and rethink your Vision either!