Create a Visual Family Motivational Board

Create a Visual Family Motivational Board
 I seriously can not believe that the year is coming to an end already. It just went by so fast. We are hoping the new year will be kind to us. So at our last family meeting of the year we decided it would be nice to create a Family Motivational Board to help keep us motivated to achieve our goals set for the new year. It was a fun activity to do for kids and adults alike. This is a great activity for all families to do as as a way of growing closer together.

So why should my family have a visual motivational board?

Typically this time of the year everyone starts to set resolutions. So, what can families do to invite abundance into the year ahead? Well, I have read many studies that have shown the power of visualization over and over again. I read about an psychologist who conducted studies on a group of people who completed visual workouts in their heads. He found that it increased muscle strength by 30% which was almost half as much as the participants who went to the gym. Research also shows that if you visualize something that you want to happen it’s more likely to happen. Now, don’t get me wrong if you visualize going to Italy your not going to go to Italy just because you visualize it you have to visualize as well as act, meaning you much research and save.

Now does that sound like something you would like to do with your family? If it does but your not sure how to start follow these easy steps and you’ll be on your way:

1. Set family and individual goals to put on the board

Depending on the ages of your children, you can make individual boards or one shared family board.Weopted for the family board because I want to my children to learn that as a family we can overcome any and all things that come our way. By having the visual motivational board we are hoping that seeing a concrete manifestation of our families dreams we help make them a reality. I instructed my children to think about the upcoming year and pick at the least 3 goals (1 academic, 1 travel and 1 personal).  My husband and myself choose 1 work related, 1 travel and 1 personal.

2. Pick out some motivational quotes

We got our motivational quote from, Wall Addict, they have so many quotes to choose from. I recommend you stop by and check them out. If you don’t see something you like you can request it and they will make it for you. We looked through the Wall Addict website and picked quotes that spoke to the kids. They liked this because they were able to connect with the quote and it will motivate them throughout the year because they have a connection with the quotes they selected.


3. Get pictures to go along with your goals

You can find pictures in magazines or online.The more magazines you have, the better. If you don’t have any magainze you can ask your friends for old issues or post on a neighborhood board. There are more magazines out there than you and your family could possibly use, however the trick is finding them. Another option is  to have your kids draw their pictures. It is totally up to you. You want to select something that speaks to you.

Remember: There are also no rules as to what the vision board can or cannot contain. Include any picture that resonates. Don’t try to direct your children.

4. Creating the board

Once, you have all the items you need it’s time for the fun to begin! We started by gluing all our quotes to some poster boards. Next, we began to arrange the goals and pictures on a large sheet of construction paper. Organize them the way you want and then once your board looks the way you want it to look you can begin to glue it together. We had fun putting all our ideas and goals together.

5. Display the board

Hang it where you see it often and the collages will serve as reminders and incentive — beaches and sandcastles and palm trees waving out of the corner of your eye.

Having a Visual Motivational Board is a visual promise of possibility

This project is an ongoing activity it changes along with you throughout the year.  We are hoping it is something the whole family will  love to come back to and update it. Hoping it goe well for us this year with our visual motivational board. I am hoping it is something that we love working on together as a family.

* The wallart used in our visual motivational board was provided to u free of charge from Wall Addict  in exchange for an honest review.

Have fun making your boards and have a Happy New Year,



33 thoughts on “Create a Visual Family Motivational Board

  1. This whole year I have been telling myself to create a vision board and I’ve heard how they actually do work if you really work on it but I never ever got the chance to even start finding what to put in it. I think I need to look more into it and do it this time.

  2. I love the idea of creating visual boards.its good to have targets and goal, that way no one is in the dark about what everyone wants and is a great way to help each other.

  3. This is such a great idea! I might have to do this with my family. I like how yours turned out.
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  4. What a wonderful way to welcome the new year! The visual really helps the growth mindset for each day. I love it is a family event to put it up and add it to the motivational wall. Have a fantastic 2018!

  5. like what they say out of sight, out of mind so having a visual board is always effective both for kids and adults 🙂

  6. I love this idea! I think being able to visualize something you want makes it more likely to actually come true – because you constantly work for it! I definitely want to make one of these.

  7. I love your idea of a family motivational board. I too believe that it is good to do things together as a family as often as possible, so it’s great that you put it all together and not separate for each family member.
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  8. What a great idea. This could help my kids stay on the right track for things they really want and are interested in.

  9. What a cute idea for you all to do as a family. Easily adaptable too, because I an see myself doing this with my friends at the start of every year. Happy new year to you and your family 🙂

  10. Agentszerozerosetter

    Absolutely love this idea! So fun to develop kids creativity and useful to focus on what’s important!

  11. Beautiful idea! I must find a nice place to put this motivation board for my family.

  12. I love this idea to have a vision board for the whole family. I am going to have to make one with my children.

  13. I love saving motivational quotes like this. I think this is a wonderful idea!

  14. What a lovely idea of motivational board… I do agree with doing things together as a family ☺️👍🏻

  15. This is a great idea for every one to try out. Vision boards are really really helpful. They can be so inspiring and serve as a constant reminder.
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  16. This is such a cute idea! I bet my daughter would love this!

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