What is a vision board? A vision board is a collage of pictures and/or words representing a person's wishes, dreams or goals. They are intended to serve as inspiration or motivation.
You can get as creative as you want making your vision board. We used poster board and printed photos, words and sayings off of the computer and we loved how they came out. Other things you can use are magazine clips, photos, and stickers. You can leave them black and white or add color with markers, crayons or paint. If you’re not into the craft aspect of the vision boards, you might like to create a digital board on websites such as Pinterest.
It’s a great activity to do together and it is fun to see all the different things everyone wants to achieve. I had no idea my kids were interested in some of the things they put on their vision boards. Last year was the first year we did this, and we were surprised how many things actually happened that were on our vision boards. Now we have turned this into a New Year’s tradition. It’s fun to look ahead for the new year and close out the old year reflecting on what we’ve accomplished.
Vision boards can be done for all kinds of things in your life. They can be visions for what you see over the coming year, or for years to come. You can make a vision board of what you hope your wedding will be like, what your future house will look like or what exciting places you want to visit. The choice is yours… it’s your vision. Just make sure you put it somewhere that you can look at it to make your visions come true.
Pieces of imagination dog treats
I love this program! You can buy homemade dog treats and support a great cause at the same time! We bought these for our dogs, and they love them! They even do a fun photography contest where your dog can be featured on the packages. You won't catch my dogs on the packaging because they eat them to fast to get a picture!
Pieces of Imagination is the Deepwood Industries JCR Imagine Program’s dog treat business. The JCR Imagine program is a work program for adults with Autism. The dog treat business was started in 2016 so that program participants could participate in a collaborative work task-making dog treats! The steps of the process include measuring and adding the ingredients, mixing the dough, rolling out the dough, cutting out the treats, baking the treats, weighing and bagging the treats, and finally, labeling the bags. Program participants have also taken part in selling the treats so in turn this helps them to work on their social skills and money skills.
The whole process is just amazing to see! The program participants all work together in contributing their part of making the dog treats, whether it be making the treats themselves or placing the labels on the bags for packaging. It is a collaborative effort producing a final product that they can all be proud of!
We currently sell Pumpkin Peanut Butter treats (bone shapes) in 4 oz bags and Peanut Butter Banana treats (hearts and puzzle piece shapes) in 5 oz bags. The treats are $4.00 per bag. They are made with all natural ingredients, so they are healthy but very delicious for your furry friends! Keep the treats refrigerated so as to prolong the shelf life of the treats as they have no preservatives.
Anyone who is interested in purchasing treats can call Rachael Urbanek at 440-918-0707 (office) or
440-728-7396 (work mobile). You can also fill out an order form and email to email@example.com
Order forms are below.
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