Bloomingdale School Of Music Announces #JUSTFORFUN Vision Board Virtual Party

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Bloomingdale School of Music presents a virtual Vision Board Party on Thursday January 28, 2021 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. Kick off 2021 by creating your own vision board and bring positivity to your New Year! Grab some magazines and construction paper, or whatever else you have around the house and join the staff at BSM for a fun evening of mindful DIY and goal setting! The event is free for Bloomingdale’s students and families, with a suggested donation for all other guests. All are invited to join. To confirm your attendance, visit https://www.bsmny.org/event/justforfun-vision-board-party/.

Ready to make some intentional New Year’s resolutions? So come join the Bloomingdale staff for a goal setting night and take the time to create your own vision board! A vision board is a powerful visual tool to help you create daily inspiration and remind you of your passions, dreams, and goals. Magazine clippings, stickers, pictures, quotes and more can all be used to create your vision board and help you make the most of the year 2021!

A vision board is a visual representation of the things you want to accomplish or acquire. People create vision boards to have a constant reminder of what they are working towards. Unlike an action plan, a vision board is usually not specific and does not normally focus on the “how”. Instead, it focuses on the “what”. It’s a powerful visual tool that you can use as inspiration for your journey to the life you want to live. It can help clarify your hopes, dreams, and goals. It’s a way to remind you of your passion and your goal. Once the Vision Board is complete, it can serve as a useful future resource that you can use over and over again to stay on track and motivated.

What you will need

  • A large piece of construction paper or billboard (don’t have a billboard? An old cork board or regular printer paper works great!)

  • Old magazines, internet images, brochures, etc. (Libraries often sell their old magazines for a small fee. Ask neighbors for old magazines. Use the Internet by looking for a specific type of image or theme. Websites such as www.istockphoto.com or Google Images are excellent sites to explore.)

  • Pens, markers, pencils

  • Glue, tape or other adhesive

  • Any other decorating tool you would like to use like washi tape, stamps, stickers, found objects, glitter etc.

Vision board templates are available at https://www.developgoodhabits.com/vision-board-templates/.

Chat prompts

  • What are your favorite activities or hobbies?

  • What makes you happy?

  • If you could have a dream vacation, where would you like to travel?

  • What words inspire you? Do you have any quotes that you like?

  • What is your dream job? What would you like to be when you grow up? What kind of work would you like to do?

  • What kind of skills would you like to learn or new activities would you like to try?

  • Which famous people (living or deceased) inspire you and why?

  • What kind of sport would you like to be able to play? How much energy would you like to have?

  • If you could have a particular skill to help people, what would that skill be?

  • What kind of difference do you want to make in this world?

  • You can also divide the table into four sections. Here are some ideas for things to include:

    • Do: What do you want to do this summer? What do you like to do? What would you like to learn how to do?

    • Being: What do you want to be when you grow up? What kind of person do you want to be? (Help them find pictures of smiling faces, people helping others, etc.)

    • Go: Where do you dream of going? Where have you been before What is your favorite place to visit? How are you going to get there?

    • Love: Who do you love? Family? Pets? What makes you feel loved?

For more information, visit https://www.bsmny.org/event/justforfun-vision-board-party/.

Founded in 1964, the Bloomingdale School of Music is dedicated to the belief that music changes lives and that everyone should have access to a high quality music education, regardless of economic status, race, religion, background. skill level or gender. Bloomingdale is a music-focused community center where everyone is welcome to join in and learn about music from the best teachers. We are dedicated to our mission – making music education accessible to anyone who wants to learn – and remain focused on supporting this mission through our values. www.bsmny.org/


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