By Lynn JonesTurpin – 2020 has been one of the most hectic years ever brimming with issues involving social justice, politics, health issues and a barrage of conspiracy theories. To expire Jaxons of all ages for 2021, Kayla Mill Boutique hosted its 3rd annual Vision Board brunch at its boutique located in the Murray Hill neighborhood.
According to Dictionary.com, a vision board is defined as “A collage of images, texts and other elements that represent and affirm their dreams and ambitions, created to help visualize and focus on one or more specific aspirations. As per the vision board‘s definition, this year’s theme was “See it. Plan it. Achieve it. Believe it. The pre-recorded event was filled to capacity with over forty visionaries ready to create their own.” Vision Board 2021. Registrants received a free 16 Ã 20 canvas, supplies, food, drink and entertainment to motivate their palates and minds to build a board that details their vision and the next steps for it. year. Hostess Kayla Mill asked participants to create a board that motivated them to be their own hero, manifest their dreams, be confident, never settle down, be brave, happy and unstoppable .
âWith an unstoppable mantra, you can be successful and achieve your dreams. I have manifested many goals with a vision board,â Mill said.
The day ended with a conversation about the nation’s recent activities on Capitol Hill, personal relationships and work-related issues. Participant Lisa Gaines had to stop and raise her hand and say, âWashington DC, my family and my job won’t stop me from being all I can be. I am unstoppable, âsaid Gaines. The evening ended with all heads bowed as participants looked at their visualization boards and smiled knowing that their dreams and ambitions will and can be realized. At left, visionary Nicole Willie holding her board with hostess / organizer Kayla Mill.