Vision Board Review: How I Crushed My Goals & What I’ve Got Planned for the Future

How to make a vision board | Vision board review | Actionable vision board | Dream board | Goals | Girl boss #visionboard #dreamboard #goalsIt’s vision board review time (something I get excited about every January 1st, no lie). 2017 was a crazy year, and I could have easily gotten derailed…if not for my fabulous vision board. I know, I know it sounds silly, but I do think that me creating a vision board this time last year was the reason I was able to stay on track and achieve almost all of my big, lofty goals in 2017.

It helped me stay focused, motivated, and making a video about what my goals were and putting it out into the world as accountability didn’t hurt either.

In the past, I would just make a lengthy list of goals and maybe (if I was lucky) achieve 50% of them. So instead, I tried something new. I paired my goals down to a manageable number, I implemented the S.M.A.R.T. goals strategy to help me actualize my goals, and I also really tried to stop comparing myself to others and just focused on what I wanted to achieve for myself.

Now that 2017 is over and we’re now in 2018, I thought I would do a full-on 2017 vision board review to give you a look at how well I did (and what I failed to accomplish this past year).

My 2017 Vision Board Review

All in all, I did pretty good except for two goals. But to be fair, one I’ve been putting off for about a decade now (getting my full license), and the other (writing a book) is a pretty huge undertaking.

But because they are goals I still really want to achieve, they have remained on my 2018 vision board. And I share what new goals I’ve added to this year’s vision board in this video (yes, I made two videos this week, I’m insane!).

My Goals for 2018 & My Updated Vision Board

So, that’s what I’ve got planned for the coming year. But again, as you and I well know, you never really know what will happen throughout the year. It’s great to make plans so you have a sense of purpose and direction, but it’s also important to stay open to new opportunities, change course if things aren’t working, and scrap goals completely if they become irrelevant.

Now, having my vision board all done up for 2018, I’m excited to get started! 2017 was a wild ride, so I’m hoping this year will be just as fulfilling.

Did you make a vision board last year, and did you already do your own vision board review? How did you do? Share in the comments!

You May Also Like...

This content is provided for information only and is not advice. I make no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information and will not be responsible for any loss arising out of reliance on the information. To learn more, read my Privacy Policy and Disclaimer.
Showing 2 comments
  • Katrina
    Reply

    Congratulations on passing your exams and getting your certification! Glad to hear you were successful. 🙂

    I don’t do vision boards, personally, but I do set and keep track of a number of goals each year. My financial ones I track in my various spreadsheets, and my life/health ones I track in a journal (super old-school, I know!).

    I feel you on the driver’s license thing. I don’t have mine, either, and I keep putting it off because driving is basically the worst. Good luck with yours, and with writing your book!

    • Jessica Moorhouse
      Reply

      Thanks Katrina! It was a HUGE goal to finish my financial counselling program in 2017. Even though I finished it at the last minute, so glad I hustled to get it done before the new year.

      And glad I’m not the only one who hates driving haha.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Start typing and press Enter to search

238 Shares
Pin206
Share19
Share12
Tweet1
Email