Holley even offers free, printable worksheets for each chapter. I fill them out as I go along.
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At the end of chapter one, Holley suggests creating a vision board.
I know all about vision boards--I've made a few in my day! (For more info on making your own vision board, check out this post, "Vision Boards" from my archives.)
Anyway, I spent a few days cutting out words, phrases, and tons of pictures. My son even joined me! Yes, this is a fun project for all ages. When I had enough to work with, I spread them out on a poster board. I'm thrilled with the end result. Here's my updated vision board.
What would you put on your vision board?
Have a fabulous day!