I had a hard time with making a vision college. First off I didn't have a printer and second, I don't get magazines or anything. The other day I was on Pinterest. I made a board and am now using it as my vision college and motivation! There are so many cool things on Pinterest and I can go to any website and pin whatever motivational things I want!!
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I set aside an hour each day for 20 minutes of exercise, 20 minutes of reading inspirational/motivational things for my future visions, and 20 minutes to relax/meditate/think about my achievements, use positive reinforcement on myself, and be thankful of what I have each and everyday. Being a person who works two full time jobs and does college full-time, this really helps me get through the week!
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