, by Sanne
[ENG] A vision board is often seen as the best tool to visualize your goals. For me, it reminds me of the collages I would make when I was younger. I would sit in the middle of the room with all my magazines surrounding me and a piece of paper, scissors and glue in front of me. Just cutting out every picture that somehow
appealed to me. Recently I was inspired by Linda, from blogbylinda, and Coco, from lightbycoco, to make a different, more structured kind of a vision board. One that does not require glue and scissors.
|[ENG] Hi, hello! It’s me again. It’s a good thing that blogging every day is/was not one of my new years resolutions, because I would have failed the very first week of January already. However, to start each month with a new challenge, to succeed this challenge and to write about the process on my blog, was one of my new years resolutions! Last month the challenge was to do at least 15 minutes of yoga every day (which I will write about soon) and this month I will be starting with a new challenge!|
I can't keep it a secret any longer, so hereby I will reveal the challenge of this month. This month I start the YOGA CHALLENGE!