OLW blog hop: vision board

OLWbloghop_LOGO_zps1135306c

Every single month when it’s time for another One Little Word blog hop, I say something to myself like, “How on earth is it … already?” I suppose I’ll spare you this time and just think it to myself.

Hello to those of you blog-hopping today! This blog hop is my favorite part of Ali Edwards’ One Little Word class. This month Ali asked us to create a vision board for our word (stillness is my word for this year).

“The board itself doesn’t impact reality; what changes your life is the process of creating the images – combinations of objects and events that will stick in your subconscious mind and steer your choices toward making the vision real.” ~ Martha Beck

Since I just created a very busy board in January that ended up being about the creative process and art and since last year’s vision board was just ask busy, I decided to keep this one simple. Sometimes the space between the words and images is important, don’t you think? This one comes mainly from images I was drawn to in the recent Crate and Barrel and J. Jill catalogs, with a bit of Oprah thrown in for good measure. :) I find that I can’t seem to keep the search for stillness images in mind while I’m reading a magazine… I actually have to look through it twice!
Apparently, it’s true that I’m drawn to soft textures, comforting cups if coffee or tea, and sleep.

OLW vision board stillness

Our full list is at the end of this post. You can see other posts about my OLW project here.

* * * * *

Lee: thelinarstudio.typepad.com

Cheri: cheriandrews.blogspot.com

Lisa: Backtoallen.com

Michelle: table-for-five.com

Kara: iwannabemewhenigrowup.blogspot.com

Margareta: paperpilekitten.com

Karen: womenontractors.blogspot.com

Nikki: www.inkyart.com.au/

Melanie: mellybirddesigns.wordpress.com

Angela: angelanoel.com

Kathryn: katlodesigns.com

Jackie: blog.jacquelinewolven.com

Dona: orangegearle.blogspot.com

Paige: approachingjoy.com

Ruth: suburbansahm.blogspot.com

Kathleen: jkplusthree.blogspot.com

Missus Wookie: mrswookieswanderings.blogspot.com

Naomi: poeticaperture.com

Kelly: septemberblue.net

You can see more “Behind the Art” posts here.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
This entry was posted in Behind the Art, Creativity, One Little Word and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

10 Responses to OLW blog hop: vision board

  1. That looks absolutely lovely! Thank you for sharing!
    Margareta Carlsson recently posted…One Little Word March Blog Hop!My Profile

  2. Ruth says:

    Beautiful board and perfect for your word.
    Ruth recently posted…One Little Word Blog Hop: FebruaryMy Profile

  3. Cathy H says:

    Your beautiful board does illustrate your word very well! It made me slow down, just take a moment and soak in a little stillness!
    Cathy H recently posted…Finding Your Eye: Journey Of Fascination ~ ApologizingMy Profile

  4. Lee says:

    Your board is lovely – cozy and welcoming. Love it.
    Lee recently posted…ONE little WORD | March Blog HopMy Profile

  5. Oh your board looks still and nourishing. There are times I miss catalogs just for the inspiration. Oprah is the only non specialized magazine I read do love it.
    Missus Wookie recently posted…OLW 2013 March 1st Blog HopMy Profile

  6. kelly says:

    so much lovely softness and peace in your board naomi. feels like a giant exhale. :)
    kelly recently posted…Springing to LifeMy Profile

  7. Cheri says:

    It’s a perfect representation of your word.
    Cheri recently posted…One Little Word Blog Hop – MarchMy Profile

  8. Kelly says:

    Bettyvision loves your stillness vision board. We invite you to visit our supportive online community where women come together to create virtual dream vision boards, assign milestones to achieving their dreams, and find support in realizing their dreams. If you can IMAGINE it, Bettyvision can help you CREATE it and SHARE it!

  9. Lisa says:

    I have such a sense of calmness and warmth when I look at your board! So lovely and warm. Well done (as usual) :)
    Lisa recently posted…Six Things I Didn’t Learn in High SchoolMy Profile

Comments are closed.