Vision board

Hi everyone. 3 days until I leave for Peru!! A few weeks ago, Alana made a vision board out of magazines, newspaper clippings, and other written media. After reading the story behind hers (and seeing the process of making her vision board), I flashbacked to middle school and high school when I would clip pictures of Harry Styles, and quotes saying ‘you’re beautiful’ and would litter them on my closet door. I realized that it had been so long since I’d done that and how fun they were to make, so I decided to make my own.

After scouring my entire house for magazines, and only ending up with a few minor ones and a Target catalogue, I got to work on my vision board. I paged through all of them, ripping out pages with cool and warm colors, long quote, short quotes, photographs, etc and laid them aside to cut up.

All of my pages ready to be cut up

After that, I began cutting all of the quotes and photos out from the pages and aligning them on my bulletin board. I had quotes ranging from “happy” to “bitch it out” and photos of kids running up stairs and greenery on tables. After i complied them all together on the board, I put my push pins in each clipping and hung it on my bedroom wall, so whenever I need a bit of motivation or just to know I’m worth it, I can check that board.



Winter mood board

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Hi everyone, not too much to say about this one, but here is a bit of a mood board for the winter season. I chose the color red, mainly because whenever I think of winter, the first thing that comes to mind is candy canes (shock.. I know) and holly. I also think that red contrasts with snow really well and snow is a huge part of winter. I also feature some winter drinks and cookies because warm drinks are a staple for keeping warm during the winter. Finally, I feature some red accessories (nails, lips, shoes) because those are all staples in my winter wardrobe.

That’s all for today and I hope you enjoyed this contrast from the rambles my blog usually consists of.

Until tomorrow