NATIONAL VISION BOARD DAY
National Vision Board Day on the second Saturday in January encourages us to set our goals in a visual way. Get out the sticky notes, markers, and inspiration and start plotting your goals for the new year!
Vision board parties began in 2010 between a group of friends as a way for people to get together in a fun environment to set goals, cast a vision and dream out loud in a tangible way. They then mount on their completed vision boards on their walls where they would see them every day. Seeing their hopes and dreams helps set in motion these visions and ideas to become a reality.
Many actors, musicians, fashion and entertainment-based people have been participating in this since its inception. Vision boards help people remember their goals and concepts on a daily basis.
HOW TO OBSERVE VISION BOARD DAY
Host a vision party for your friends, family or co-workers. Set goals for the coming year and put them where you can see them. They will help motivate you to attain your goals. Do you have a vision board from last year? How well did it work? Share the results and get ready for an outstanding vision board for this year, too!
Post photos using #VisionBoardDay on social media.
NATIONAL VISION BOARD DAY HISTORY
Kellan Lutz and Ryan Daly submitted National Vision Board Day in June of 2015.
In July of 2015, the Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on the second Saturday in January, annually.
Vision Board FAQ
Q. Who can make a vision board?
A. Anyone. A vision board helps us to visualize goals and create a plan to meet them.
Q. Is National Vision Board Day the only time of year I should commit to making a vision board?
A. No. The observance creates awareness so that you can choose when and how to make your vision board.
Q. What kinds of items go on vision boards?
A. Anything that helps you to reach your goals. Some suggestions include:
- Lists – This can be to-do lists, shopping or need lists, pros and cons lists, or simply a list of items you’d like to achieve.
- Inspiration – Think quotes, images, and people who motivate you toward your goal.
- Timelines – These visual representations of what you’d like to accomplish and when can be both motivating and daunting. Keep them realistic but challenging.
- Words – Use big, bold letters for the words that have meaning to you. They may serve as motivation, inspiration, or a reminder of something you need to focus on to achieve your goal.