Getting Started with the Create your Vision Challenge

1. Order your Thriving in Motherhood Planner if you haven't yet and have been meaning too (this will make creating and using your vision and goals as easy as possible, but if you already have a system that works for you that is great too!) OR the downloadable pdf Create Your Vision Workbook.

2. If God is part of your life, I invite you to co-create your vision with Him.  Some questions I like to ask to help me see more clearly and receive bigger vision than I can think on my own:

-What would I do if I had more faith?

-What support do my kids need from me to support their own missions in this life?

-What blessings are you waiting to give me if I just ask for them?

-What does my marriage need?

-What can I do now to prepare for what is ahead in my life?

In the resources section are three talks that expanded my view of what is possible.  Whatever your own belief and faith background is welcome and respected here.  Take what resonates with you and leave what doesn't.

3. Brain dump any and all ideas currently in  your head so you have space to think about new things.


Thriving in Motherhood Planner

Vision Section Downloadable PDF

This is the exact same pages that are included at the beginning of the Thriving in Motherhood Planner and may be used along side your own planning or journaling system.

Christ is Risen; Faith in Him Will Move Mountains

This is where I got the question, "What would I do if I had more faith?"

Invite Christ to Author Your Story

Further questions and thoughts about receiving direction and inspiration on your vision this year.

Daily Restoration

Seeing the power of having a vision and what is possible in creating your life daily with God.

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  1. I had never considered the importance of reflection before moving forward. Too often I am jumping into the new year or project without MAKING SPACE first. I loved the 2 backpack analogies about diaper bag trash and hiking with a full backpack into the new year.

    Reflecting is important because it removes the garbage, makes space for new to grow and take root, and is empowering as you celebrate and remember all the good.

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