2020 Vision: Taking the Leap – Vision Board Workshop


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2020 Vision: Taking the Leap – Vision Board Workshop

Saturday, February 29, 2020 – 12am-4pm

Wallingford Community Senior Center

4649 Sunnyside Ave N #103, Seattle WA 98103 (inside The Good Shepherd Center)

What do you dream for yourself?                                         

What do you want to accomplish?

What do want more of in your daily life?

How do you envision yourself? Your life?                       

What are your goals for this year?

Do you have a vision for your project? Your novel? Your memoir?

We’re starting 2020 off with clear vision! Learn what makes your heart sing, feel confident in who you are at your best. Live this year with Intention, heading ever closer to achieving your goals. Creating a visual representation of where you’re headed can be extremely helpful in turning your thoughts into reality.

         Use this vision for your life or your passion project: What is your art about? What story are you yearning to tell?

Activities will include:

Guided Meditation, Oracle Cards, Writing Exercises, and artistic collaging of your own 2020 vision board.

All materials will be provided, but I encourage you to bring photos, magazines, etc. for imagery to cut out. You might also choose to bring your own scissors or Exacto knives– carefully! I will have some on site. Please bring your favorite journal, if you have one.


Contact Michele Cacano at MicheleRebelYell@gmail.com

Advance Registration (paid by Feb. 20th): $35

Event Day Registration (paid at door): $45

Registration is also available on Meetup and Facebook – soon.

2020 Vision Board Workshop – Early Discount

Discounted registration before midnight February 23rd, 2020. You may register for yourself and as well as any guests.


2020 Vision Board Workshop – Regular Registration

Registering after Feb. 23rd? Click this one, up until the 29th of February. You may register for yourself and also for guests.


You will bring:

  • Optional: magazines, photo printouts, personal picture copies, etc. for collage
  • Scissors, exacto knife for cutting (I’ll have some on hand)
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