Friday 21st February 2020
Venue: Chawton House
Bullet Journal Workshop
Friday 21 February 2020 – 2:00 – 4:00pm
£30 per person (includes materials and refreshments).
Join a hands-on workshop to learn about the bullet journal system and how it can help you stay organised and on-schedule, as well as a pathway to a more meaningful and constructive life. Using tools like indexing, list-making and future logs, and by encouraging creativity and artistry, you can learn how to keep tasks and plans clear and concise, leaving minds free to focus and engage with the world more meaningfully.
The cost of the workshop includes your Bullet Journal, a selection of creative materials to use during the session, and refreshments. You will have the opportunity to have some fun getting started on your own journal and look at some examples of what other people have done in their journals.
** Please note that this workshop will only run if the minimum group size of 6 has been reached 7 days in advance, you will be notified of any cancellations. **
What is a Bullet Journal?
The Bullet Journal is an analogue organisation system in a digital world. It helps you helps you track the past, organise the present and plan for the future. If you’re fed up with apps, bits of paper everywhere and general chaos, this is the system for you. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, ideas hub, and calendar – or all of these things and more, in one place! It’s creative, helps you focus and changes lives (seriously!). It’s a real complement to busy, tech-filled lives, enhancing well-being.
A bullet journal is more than just a notebook: it offers a methodology to promote mindfulness, productivity and organisation.
About the host:
Joanna Feast is an education consultant and teaches personal and professional development courses, exercise classes and runs wellbeing retreats for people who value their health and wellbeing.
FEEDBACK FROM PAST WORKSHOPS:
“I absolutely loved it. I had a great time and I didn’t realise how fast the time went!”
“I think it’s great that you re-assured us that this is for us and our journals are made for what we want, as I felt I was constrained by the fact that it had to work as a calendar, to-do list, etc. Whereas I think I much prefer to use it as a means of capturing things that are important to me – moments, thoughts, sayings & compliments. I think there are a number of ways for me to capture work – that I almost always forget to capture the little moments that make life special. I think this Saturday I learnt the best way to do that, so thanks.”