I went to Michaels Craft Store and bought a can of Rust-oleum Whiteboard paint and got right to work. It retails for $29.99 but since it was not on sale I could use a 50% coupon with it and got it for just over $16 with tax. After measuring a ridiculously large space for this project, I taped it off with ScotchBlue tape (which was a disaster, if you look at the lines up close. Next time I’m going back to Frog Tape.) After reading the directions a few times, I mixed part A and part B and started to paint the wall. Once the two parts of paint are mixed, you must apply to paint very quickly (the can says 1 hour, but other reviews say you need to finish the project within 2 hours.
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” This is one place in life where I am doing everything I can to keep myself from failing. Set big goals and set some small goals to make sure that you are staying on track. That is the main thing that I have learned in my many years of failing at things that I want to accomplish. If you have any questions about my whiteboard (planning, painting, or how to implement it) please comment below in the comment section. I am hope that this inspires you to take chances on yourself. If I have learned one thing in the last couple years, it is that sometimes you have to leap before you look!