Do you want to live a more productive, organized, or meaningful life? Do you want to unleash your creativity while reaching your goals? Do you want to track your habits to encourage personal growth? Tri-County Literacy Council is pleased to introduce an exciting new training program called “Bullet Journaling: Organize your way to success”.
A bullet journal is a trendy personal organization system used to manage schedules, reminders, to-do lists, and ideas into a single notebook. Learn to create your own bullet journal in this free class, while exploring topics such as:
- What brings you joy?
- Gratitude lists
- Personal goal setting
- Exploration of positive personal attributes
- Mini daily goals
- Inspirational quotes
- Activities that get you moving
- Lists of achievements
This online course (certificate program) is taught via Zoom (an easy-to-use online software platform). If you have access to a computer (with camera and microphone), an Internet connection, email address and basic computer skills, this training is for you.
Courses are offered at various times of the year, depending on labour conditions and learner needs. Call 613-932-7161, for more information.
A few words from our learners
“This course helps me with my organizational skills by providing typical ways of keeping brief and to the point tracking of items such as a daily calendar for appointment scheduling. I can keep to do lists, the grocery list, birthdays (upcoming) and all appointments in one familiar area which are easily retrievable. Task logging for both home and work, financial commitments are at your fingertips, if you decide to put all this information in it. I will use mine as a healthy daily routine tracker as well. Keep track of foods eaten, exercise routines and vital (medical) statistics… I’ve learned to enhance some of my skills both for work and home. They’ll provide me with more time and relieve some stress that a missed appointment or assignment can cause. That in turn will relieve the stress in our daily routines.”
“I learnt to be more organized. And not to be so hard on myself… this taught me ways to be more organized and stress free!” – Susan C.