Want to make better use of your days? Maybe you’d like to spend more time with your family or more time creating or even reading? With a little planning, you can spend more time doing the things you love.
If you spend any time on Pinterest, you’ve probably seen pictures of bullet journals, those DIY planners that seem full of fancy calligraphy and intimidating layouts.
In fact, bullet journals were designed to be a simple, flexible method for improving productivity and intentionality. No artistic skills are required—all you need is a notebook and pen.
According to Bulletjournal.com, bullet journaling is “best described as a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system. It’s designed to help you organize your what while you remain aware of your why.”
Learn more about bullet journaling in our virtual class, Get Started with Bullet Journaling.
Thursday, January 14, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
In this virtual program, learn how to get started with bullet journaling. Spend time reflecting on what tasks are most important to you and personalizing the first month of your journal.
Registration is required to attend this virtual program. Registrants can pick up a bullet journal starter kit via Curbside Pickup from Jan. 7 – Jan. 14.
DIY Journaling Classes on Creativebug
Creativebug provides unlimited access to thousands of self-paced online art and craft classes.
If you’d like to try making your own journal or learn new ways to embellish your bullet journal, try searching for the following classes on Creativebug:
- DIY Year Planner
- Bullet Journaling Ideas
- More Sketchbook Explorations: Gel Pen Drawings on Colored Paper
- Beginning Calligraphy
To get started with Creativebug, login with your library card number and PIN. The first time you login on the website, you will create an account that you can use to access Creativebug through Android and iOS apps.