It’s not too late to make a Vision Board for 2024!

It’s not too late to make a Vision Board for 2024! You can even make different kinds of vision boards for different aspects of your life. For example, you can make a Career Vision board and a Personal growth vision board – whatever speaks to you! 

You can do an old school hardcopy one – these can be super fun. You can print photos from the internet, cut things out of magazines and use a gluestick or tape. We even had one client use a hardcopy large calendar for hers. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box! 

Or you can make your vision board digitally and then save it to your phone or computer background so you can see it every day. See below for tips on making a digital VB. 

Before you begin, take some time to write about your visions for the future. Here are some questions to get your started:  

Journaling Questions – 

At your best, what does 2024 hold for you?

What long-term goals do you hope to accomplish? 

Financial, personal, relationship, career, spiritual, health

How do you want to feel? What emotions do you hope to cultivate for yourself or the people around you?

If you were to think of one word or short phrase to guide you through the year, what would that be? 

Tips for creating a Digital Vision Board – 

I like to use Pinterest and save my photos to a Pinteret board and then narrow down and select which photos that I really love, download those and upload them into Canva. In Canva you can search for a “vision board template” and get creative. You can add in fonts and all kinds of things! 

Sharing my first ever digital vision board with you here for inspiration to make your own. 


  1. erica on January 20, 2024 at 1:18 pm

    This is fantastic! Keep up the good work. ❤️

  2. Dena Dahilig on January 23, 2024 at 10:27 pm

    Hey, Jenna, I’ve just started reading your newsletter (thank you to the awesome Jenn Simms!), and I’ve shared it with some of my VO friends. Great content! I’ve loved making vision boards in the past but I’ve always struggled with finding images that don’t get stale quickly. I’ve moved to a visual journal, so I’m making some sort of artistic statement daily that, over time, creates both an archive of the past and a vision moving forward. But that process, too, evolves! So bravo to you for such a joyful vision board!

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