Envisioning Life

I decided that I’m going to teach my daughter how to make a vision board this weekend. It’s a fun exercise that I think we both can benefit from. I feel that we take for granted the importance of teaching our children how to create a vision for their future, outside of what they see at home and with their extended families. We should help them to see that their vision for themselves is not as far fetched as they may think. It is also a fun way to bond with your child and spend some good quality time with them.

That’s my focus for this weekend. I think its going to be a great exercise especially now that its safer to stay home where we are safe.

What are you up to this weekend? What fun things are you going to get up to in these very strange times where it’s a such a risk to do what we are used to.

Love and light




  1. I love vision boards, I’ve done one for myself. However what a great idea to do one with your daughter. Also I should try this with my son. It’s great to give children/teens a visual vision a positive encouraging way to believe in themselves, and for them to believe that they can do anything they set their minds to.

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  2. My mum taught me alot of things and one of them is to always dream big😃😃..
    Your daughter is lucky to have you because lately, mothers or parents generally don’t have time for their kids because of work stuff.
    I’m glad you are making out time for her❤💖

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