Dream Boards are so important
First of all I apologise for my hiatus recently. But the reason for the few weeks since my last blog is because of the picture you now see above you. One of my big goals this year was to create this dreamboard. I didn’t want to rush it, and because I value its importance on such a high scale I wanted to take my time and get it right… And most importantly the way I wanted it. And to be honest I couldn’t be happier with its outcome.
There were tears of happiness when I laid down the last picture. I was so emotional, it was just fantastic to see the end result. To wake up in the morning to see this everyday, there is no better feeling. And in my opinion no better way to start your day.
Making a dreamboard is the best advice I could give you all right now. Dreamboards are such a personal collation of what makes you happy in life. Because everyone’s dreams are so different, and to take the time to really think about what you want to achieve out of this life, then create it in this visual way, has a profound impact that only the person creating this in the first place can know the experience.
Why dont they teach this in our schools
You know, for a child in today’s climate and the world we live in, the importance of teaching children a different way of thinking, to be creative and to start educating them about what they can achieve in this world will have a more profound effect in their lifetime then what we think is best to teach them now. Think about that point, we are teaching our young people what WE think they should know. But our education system is still in the past instead of the now, the only thing different is that it’s now on an IPAD instead of a whiteboard.
I cannot express the impact that this dreamboard has had on me since its creation. It has truly validated what I believe that life is all about. It tells me everyday what I truly want out of life and that is to experience the things I enjoy, and that is what Im now working towards. It’s a plan, a life plan, a visual that I can access and see each day. Its repetition which repeatedly engrain’s into my mind what I believe life is truly meant to be. I say this because these are my dreams, mine only, and everyone is different.
But I implore to you all that read this to write down your 100 dreams, buy the biggest whiteboard you can find, take the time to create the best dreamboard you can, then wake up truly inspired each day by looking at it each morning to validate what you want from this life.