By Amy Rodriguez
For the Times Sentinel
Last week while thumbing through a magazine, I came across an advertisement for a vision board training session. Until last summer, I had never even heard of a vision board, and now I find that I could make my own.
Vision boards are not new, and apparently I am about the last person on the planet to become acquainted. When I typed vision board into my search engine, I got more than 26 million hits. In case you live under a rock similar to mine, a vision board is where you cut out pictures of things you want to achieve. It can be pictures of a vacation spot, or a breed of dog, or a house, or basically anything you wish to achieve. Then you look at it every day and your visions will eventually turn to realty.
See Wednesday's paper for the full column.