With Nancy Olson
According to its creator, Ryder Carroll, the Bullet Journal is meant “to help you track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.” It’s an amazing system that keeps a record of everything you could ever want to toss at it. It can be your task manager, sketchbook, journal, idea catcher, and much more. You will learn the process of setting up their own Bullet Journals through hands-on activities, videos and in-person support. The instructor has been an avid Bullet Journaler for three years. She credits it with helping her better stay on track with goals, plan big activities while staying on track with the details, and making her life more productive. From artsy to straight-forward, Bullet Journals evolve according to the personality and needs of each Bullet Journaler. Nancy will help you explore the style of Bullet Journaling that's right for you.
Tues., Oct. 15 • 6-8 p.m.
HSU Campus: Harry Griffith Hall, Room 106
$30 • Class #: 43863
Nancy Olson has over 30 years experience in professional and personal development, civic engagement, philanthropy and social change. She began her career serving with a children's health care organization in Haiti, and has made a career of connecting individuals with causes, other people, and themselves.