How To Create A Vision Board – What To Include In Your Board

Find out how to create a vision board for your life goals. Get ready to put your vision together so you can get clarity on what next steps you need to take.

How to create a vision board and achieve your dream goals…….

Law of Attraction

I developed my first vision board at 24 after reading The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and learning about the Law of Attraction. It blew my mind! I still go back to that book and the subsequent film to remind myself at times. I have bought the book for several people simply because it worked for me.

I remember frantically cutting out images from magazines and also thinking of what I wanted to do in my life, travel more, meet someone who loved going for posh dinners and I wanted to move into the centre of London and see more gigs. I also wanted to be on the TV channel QVC as a guest presenter for beauty.

I thought to myself on how to create a vision board that would set me up for success in life. As fate or perhaps my vision board helped to bring to life, I met my now husband. And guess what?He loved music, travel and fine dining!

I ended up moving into the city and managing a spa and my whole life changed. QVC? It didn’t happen then, but I did do it when I was 34.

Before doing that board, I was lost and a little despondent. By developing that vision, I had something to work towards and like a magnet started to attract everything that would deliver.

Having been  through another life changing time, changing my career, well taking a side step, I now understand a little more behind that vision board so wanted to share how I create my board based on my coaching knowledge and experience with creating my own and seeing it come alive.

How to create a good vision board

Firstly, I have created a little sheet for you which you can download, cut out and use to pin on your board.

Elements of a good vision board:

  1. In the center of your board place the diagram of the WELLNESS WHEEL. This demonstrates all of the areas in your life that impact your overall feeling of wellness and therefore health and happiness. I strongly believe you need to think of each area and what you want from it. As this is at the center of the board you can then find images relating to each section and place around the circle. For example – ENVIRONMENT. You may want to buy a new house so you can pop a picture of the house of your dreams next to that section.

  2. Cut out the VISION STATEMENT. This can be placed at the top and centre of your board. Your vision statement is where you are heading. So for example, ‘I would like to be living in our own dream home, earning a 6 figure salary and feel at my optimum fitness’.

  3. Cut out the GOALS. These three goals should be SMART goals that demonstrate that you are living the vision. Example, 1. Buy a four bed house with garden, garage in xxx suburb. 2. Earn 6 figure salary 3. Exercise 4 x per week with a mix of F45 and yoga and stay in my current size trousers. This can sit to the right of your vision statement.

  4. Cut out the values. In here add in your top 6 values. I have also created a values sheet to help with this too!

  5. After this just go nuts with your images and create the life of your dreams.

How to create an online vision board

You can create vision boards using Pinterest by pinning what you want and establishing your online vision board. That can be public or private at your choosing. You may even want to create several boards for your different goals.

I also really enjoy creating vision boards with Canva….I like to play with the images and colours and bring ideas to life a little more! As it saves I can then edit again in the future as values, goals or visions change.

However, if you have magazines lying around or prefer to enjoy something more hands-on, there’s nothing quite like cutting out images and finding what you want to aspire to do or be in your life.

How to create a vision board as a couple

If you want to do a vision board as a couple in your relationship, then this is also a great way to showcase what you are trying to collectively achieve. It’s a great activity to make sure you are both heading in the same direction. A sure way to communicate your desires to each other and clarify your individual’s goals and share them with each other.

Sometimes we can internalise our desires or feel uncomfortable about talking about them so what better way than showing each other with pictures, have a little fun and chat through your values and passions in life.

People want closeness in their relationship and an exercise like this can help to provide direction in your relationship. You can get clear on what each person wants from your connection and how you can support one another in what you are seeking in life.

Whether you want to tick off a bucket list, do a physical challenge, learn a new language or try new career paths – there is a real power in having someone else there to keep you accountable.

Where should you put your vision board?

I personally have my board in my home office, and I regularly look at it to remind myself of where I am going.

I sometimes add in a financial goal, you can download a secret cheque from their website and write yourself a cheque paid by the universe for the amount you desire THE SECRET CHEQUE.

I always create a schedule of how I want my days to look like – I add this too.

It’s really yours to play with. You may have it in your bedroom or on the inside of a cupboard door – the main thing is that you need to empty everything in your head onto that board.

What are the benefits of putting my mission and goals on a board?

By doing this activity, you are clarifying what you want out of your life and you start to attract it like a big magnet.

So, what are you waiting for? Get creating!

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Privacy Policy

Version 1.0, 14 June 2019


1.             About this Policy

1.1.         The Privacy Act 1988 (the Act) requires certain entities to comply with the Australian Privacy Principles and to have a privacy policy. The privacy policy outlines the personal information handling practices of Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katies Lowndes Wellness

1.2.         This policy is written in language which is simple and accessible. The particular legal obligations which Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katies Lowndes Wellness has when handling your personal information can be found in the Act. Whenever we update our practices with respect to information handling, we will update this policy accordingly.

2.             Overview

2.1.         As part of our ordinary business operations we often hold, use and disclose personal information. These operations and activities include;

(a)            Collecting and maintaining supplier and customer information necessary to provide or optimize our service;

(b)            Providing online coaching

(c)            Creating and managing processes of salons and skincare distributors to increase their sales, customer acquisitions or retentions

(d)            Developing and providing sales training

(e)            Providing DISC assessment reports and one on one coaching sessions to discuss the reports to apply the findings to personal situations

(f)              Provide tips and ideas for a healthy life

(g)            Provide health and wellness products online.

3.             Collection of your personal information

3.1.         We may collect information as part of our business activities. The usual way we obtain personal information is when you provide that information to us. 

3.2.         For example, we may collect personal information such as your contact details and payment information when you:

(a)            contact us to request a quote or make a general enquiry;

(b)            enter into an agreement with us for the provision of goods services; or

(c)            pay an invoice.

3.3.         We may also collect your personal information if you are a business associate or partner and have made such information available to us.

Sensitive Information

3.4.         We almost never collect sensitive information about you such as your health, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, association memberships, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, criminal history, genetic or biometric data.

3.5.         The only reason we would collect sensitive information of this type is if it is reasonably necessary to the provision of our services and if the information is volunteered by you. An example would be if you have a health issue or disability which may require special consideration in the way we deliver our service.

Indirect Collection

3.6.         There may also be occasions on which we collect personal information about you indirectly from other sources such as:

(a)            publicly available information; and

(b)            your agents or authorised representatives.

3.7.         We may obtain information from a credit reporting body (CRB) with contained personal credit information about you including your credit history. We do this to assess enquires and to make a credit risk assessment in relation to you before undertaking work and services.


3.8.         Where it is practical to do so, you may be able to interact with us anonymously or by using a pseudonym. For example, if you contact us with a general question or enquiry about our services, we will not usually need to collect your personal information at that stage.

3.9.         Notwithstanding this, for legal contractual reasons we will require your identity and details in order to carry out services for you or to provide a formal quote.

3.10.       You may also make complaints or feedback anonymously or under a pseudonym however, in some cases this may limit our ability to investigate a complaint. For example, we may be unable to investigate a complaint if we do not know which job it relates to.

Collecting through our websites

3.11.    Katherine Lowndes operating under business name  Katie Lowndes Wellness has a website There are a number of ways that we may collect information through the website from time to time:


(a)            Cookies are data files transferred onto user devices by websites as a record and also to increase the functionality of the website. If you do not want to accept cookies, you should set your browser preference to reject all cookies before accessing the website.

(b)            Analytics tools such as Google Analytics collect information about your visit and interaction with our website. The type of data that can be collected this way includes:

i.                the IP address of your device;

ii.               your device screen size;

iii.              country of access;

iv.             the referring domain or hyperlink (if applicable);

v.              your device operating system, browser and type; and

vi.             date and time when website pages were accessed.

(c)            Email Lists including collection of personal information when you sign up for mailing lists, newsletters or when providing feedback.

(d)            Social Media including information you volunteer when interacting with our social media accounts such as Facebook.

4.             Disclosure

4.1.         There are few situations where it is reasonably necessary to disclose your information to parties who are external to Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katie Lowndes Wellness. For example:

(a)            we may disclose your information to agents or subcontractors where we are engaging a third party on our behalf to carry out the agreed work;

(b)            in some circumstances, we may also disclose your information to business partners, professionals or tradesmen where you are in need of a referral in respect of services which Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katies Beauty Kitchen does not offer;

(c)            if you are a contractor, we may disclose your information and identity to Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katies Beauty Kitchen customers; and

(d)            we may disclose your credit information to a CRB in order to obtain a credit report, or in severe cases, to report a substantial credit default.

4.2.         We may also make disclosure of your personal information where we are compelled by law to do so. For example, if we are served with a court-issued subpoena to produce documents or information.

Overseas Disclosure

4.3.         We are unlikely to disclose your personal information to overseas recipients. Our information and records are stored on a local server.

5.             Quality of personal information

5.1.         To ensure that the personal information we collect is updated and accurate we record information consistently, promptly update our records where updated information is available and regularly audit our contact lists to check accuracy.

6.             Storage and security of personal information

6.1.         We protect the storage and security of your personal information by:

(a)            Periodically assessing the risk of misuse, loss, unauthorised access or modification of the information; and

(b)            Taking measures to address those risks, for example, by educating staff about the importance of your privacy and the risks of mishandling of that information.

6.2.         We may destroy personal information if it is no longer needed for our records or delivery of our services.

7.             Accessing and correcting your personal information

7.1.         Australian Privacy Principles 12 and 13 state that you have the right to request access to all personal information we hold about you and that we correct that information if it is false or incurred. You can do this by contacting us and we will respond within 30 days.

7.2.         Before providing access to your personal information or correcting our records we will ask you to verify your identity.

8.             How to make a complaint

8.1.         If you are not satisfied with our handling of your personal information, we recommend you first contact us and complain to us directly. We will respond to the complaint within 7 days and attempted to resolve the complaint within 30 days of the date of the complaint.

8.2.         If you are not satisfied with our response to your complaint, you should contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and complete a privacy complaint form.

9.             How to contact us

9.1.         You can contact us by:


Katherine Lowndes operating under business name Katie Lowndes Wellness



0405 954 843




264 Young Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065


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