I still do and would forever remember for that is when I finally and truly knew the things I wanted to have and the places I wanted to go to :)
Kala mo joke lang? Nope.
One of my subjects before was general psychology. Our professor taught us how to make our own dream board. We just have to make a collage of all the stuff we wanted to have. I passed my dream board as a project for that subject.
But creating my dream board didn't stopped there. I continued creating one by listing down my long term and short term goals. In each revision I made, my dreams became more and more specific.
I realized that by doing this, I am making my dreams more realistic. Of course, dreams/goals when you were studying is far different from the dreams/goals you wanted to have after college. We even come to a point when the only thing we list down are the things we wanted to have 5 years from now.
It kind of, overwhelming whenever I ticked off one thing from my list. In that way, I know that 1) my life is moving/progressing 2) dreams do really come true. The board is your guide and also a reminder for you.
My eagerness to travel/visit places takes over me right now so all of my goals/dreams right now focuses on travelling. So you can easily imagine the look of my dream board.
For this year, here are the stuff I have as my goal:
I WILL GO HERE:
Euro trip, Australia, Philippine's tourist destinations
Long Term Goals:
Save up to (enter specific amount here) in my savings account.
Get married someday
Increase monetary help to my family
The list can go on and on and on..
But remember be specific..
If you wanted tips on how to make your 2014 rock, read this:
May you enjoy life to the fullest.