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Tuesday, 25 February 2020


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What a pretty blog post.

I'm so glad that you stopped by my blog.


Such a beautiful layout. I particularly like the multi coloured jars of fruit juices. Enjoy your trip to see family and hopefully you'll find some time for those watercolour books soon. P xx


What wonderful photos on your vision board - the colours are so pretty! I'm with you on disliking the first couple of months of the year, it seems that we have had more than enough dark dreary days this year. Today we woke up to a sunny sky, and even though there is frost in the garden, I much prefer cold but bright to damp and grey. Roll on March!


You're not alone in struggling with the creation of mood boards ... but you have done a marvellous job here. It's so pretty and restful to the eye.


Mood boards or vision boards, I'm not keen on these. You have done a marvelous job of putting yours together. It's got an air of lightness & ease about it.

Karen Walker

It's a lovely vision board, and the serendipity of the cairn and the quote is wonderful! I admire others' vision boards, but have never managed to complete one myself. Here's to regaining your vitality in March! Have a wonderful time visiting your grandchildren. We're off to see our Wisconsin crew on Friday.


Your vision board is gorgeous Alexa! It feels both calming and energizing at the same time. I had created one in January doing my PowerSheets goal setting, so haven't done one specific to Ali's class (yet). We'll see.

Melissa Gross

It's a lovely vision board & beautiful journaling. I'm so glad you took time to complete the assignment! I used several of the extra pages in my planner for vision boards. My niece Pun'kin was here & she did the same, so it was a lot of FUN & we had some great conversation.

Hope you are healthy & enjoying a wonderful beginning to March!


I am always resistant to vision boards as well... yours came out great and it's so springy and pretty... hope your weather improves and you feel more like yourself soon!

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