I actually started doing this type of visualization (some people call it prayer) when I was in my teens. It's the secret behind all my greatest adventures, and successes I've had in my life. It took a near fatal auto accident for me to realize I need to begin visualizing again how I want to design the next phase of my life. Dylan was in the accident with me, and lost her husband 2 years ago. It was my privilege to help her with this project. Oh, except for one small, teeny-tiny thing I noticed while we were wrapping up the project last night.
I've heard of best friends acting like each other but really, Dylan, to want to "look" just like me is another thing.... We gotta talk.
Here's a couple of shots of her DB. There's lots of info available on the Internet on how to do this but if anyone wants some help or suggestions, leave me a comment with your email (I won't post it) and I'll get some tips to you.
Beginning stages, decoupaging papers, cutouts, etc., on bulletin board.
An attitude of gratitude. We secured this little bag on her board so she can fill it with dreams come true or fill it with folded pieces of paper with things she is thankful for inside
~~Pull one out as needed~~