Your Gorgeous Wall O' Goals #Decor & Decorating#goals#no damage decor#walls July 13 | Guest post by Sarah Von Bargen This post originally appeared on yesandyes.org Making The Lists and Accomplishing All The Things are practically my favorite hobbies. Of course, I have a never-ending, constantly-evolving list of yearly goals, but since it's a piece of notebook paper taped to the wall, it's less-than inspiring. And while I know the rest of the Internet loves nothing so much as aspirational Pinterest accounts and vision boards, that stuff just isn't quite my style. Enter: Wall O' Goals. Visually engaging. Reminder-ful. Cuter than notebook paper taped to the wall. Here's how to make yours… Related Post Electrical tape mural of the NYC subway system Check out Homie Jsaxena's DIYed wall mural. She created this work of wall art out of electrical tape, based on the 1972 Vignelli subway map.... Read more Here's how I made it! Shuffle through weheartit and find gorgeous images that match my goals. In Ribbet crop, resize and add text to my photos. I used Impact font in white, faded 13% because I'm nothing if not a total effing hipster. Drop my edited images into a Google doc and print said document on cardstock. Purchase adorably tiny bulldog clips. Map out a grid on the wall, pound in some nails, hang goals. Look at artfully arranged goals every day and start to actually accomplish them. And! If you're feeling really ambitious, once you've accomplished something you can write about the process on the back of the card and bind your finished cards into a little book. Lovely! How do you stay on track with your goals? Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Sarah Von Bargen Sarah Von Bargen is a full-time writer/blogger/internet awesome-i-fier. She blogs daily at Yes and Yes about travel, design, life, and why cheese should be included in every meal. She also produces the The Post-College Survival Kit! http://yesandyes.org PREVIOUS Vino Sleeves: How to make a giftable wine bag out of old clothes NEXT ZOOM! Make your own paper rockets in four super easy steps Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] Picnik is now part of Google+ just FYI. So the link you gave is a redirect Reply D'OH! Totally should have caught that, as I was a huge Picnik user and had a good friend who worked there. Google shut Picnik down a couple months ago, so I updated the post to a new post-Picnik online photo editing tool. 1 agrees Reply That's a really cute idea! I'm actually thinking of getting my husband and I to sit down and do this together, its a nice reminder for the both of us! 1 agrees Reply Also, I should have mentioned in my comment that this is an awesome idea! I even spent some time at lunch working on brainstorming other things to add to my list and pictures that would go with them Thanks for the great idea! Reply Fantastic! I've been wanting to create an inspiration board of sorts. Your step-by-step guide makes it seem doable, rather than just another goal on my own notebook paper list. 1 agrees Reply I did this while I was living with the 'rents, and unfortunately they are still there… I made them fancy by pasting them on paper that I had, um, what's the term? Di-cut? With little Martha Steward edgy-cutter things? Anyway. The paper I posted them on looks like it has lacy edges now. And I hung them up on a pretty string with clothespins. Now I want to evaluate the goals, journal on the back, and put them in a scrapbook and then paste new goals like the OP suggested. I looooove this project from the other side of having done it! 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via email No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.