If I could describe the year 2018 in one word, it would be intentional. When the year started out, I was determined to be more intentional in everything I do – my work, my self-development, my faith and my relationships. Today, I can look back and see how much this decision has improved my life. You too can live a more intentional life, simply by taking out time to improve yourself. Remember, you are a vessel and it was what you fill your life with that you will fill the world with. You can only give what you have. This list is a part of my end-of-year series tagged #YearOfTen.
Here are ten intentional things I did to improve myself in the year 2018:
- I created a vision board.
When I created a vision board, I answered the question “what do I want to do with my life?” I am so glad that I did this at the beginning of the year. It helped shape the rest of the year for me. After hearing so many different things about vision boards, I finally took a workshop with Folakemi Odesola which helped me through the process of de-cluttering the ideas in my head and laying them out as visuals. Now, I have a constantly evolving visual representation of my goals to complement my written words and inspire me to keep moving. Here’s a story I wrote about how I created a vision board.