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.”
If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed, starting a bullet journal can help you focus on what matters.
Don’t let the fancy layouts and calligraphy you may have seen on Pinterest keep you from trying bullet journaling. All you need to start a bullet journal is a notebook, a pen or pencil, and some basic instruction. We’ll provide all three during our upcoming bullet journaling class.
Get Started With Bullet Journaling
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022
A bullet journal is a simple, customizable system that will help you organize your life and plan with intention. Take the stress out of planning when you learn how to start a bullet journal. Spend time reflecting on what tasks are most important to you as you begin the first month’s entries. Journals and decorating supplies will be provided.
Can’t Make It to the Class?
See below for books and online classes that can help you start a journal, manage your time, or maintain a healthy work-life balance.
One-Note: Creating a Bullet Journal-Style Notebook
Do you prefer to keep an electronic rather than paper journal? In this course from Linked-In Learning, you’ll learn how to create a bullet journal using Microsoft’s OneNote software. To get started, visit LinkedIn Learning and login with your library card number and PIN. Search for the course title at the top of the page.
Time Management 101
According to the syllabus, “This course is a practical ‘how to’ that will guide you through the maze of conflicting priorities, self-doubts, disorganization, over-commitments, and limitations that in the past have kept you from successfully managing time.”
To get started, create an account using your library card number and search for the class “Time Management 101.”
Use Libby to check out an access pass to Universal Class. You’ll find it under the Extras tab. Search for the course title by clicking on “Browse Courses” at the top of the page.