Bullet Journaling is growing in popularity as a system that keeps a record of basically everything from tasks, journal entries, sketches, and more. There's a special workshop at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University to teach the art of bullet journaling to get a fresh start to the new year.
Bullet Journaling is the art of creating a journal to use as a planner or organizer. Users can add in various different trackers that help develop positive habits and address issues people want to be aware of. Common uses for bullet journaling including money, cleaning, or reading. It's a great idea for the new year because it helps people stay accountable and inspired when working toward new goals.
At KCAD's seminar, people will learn how to set up a journal for the year, and on a month-by-month basis. There will also be time to decorate the journal, learn basic calligraphy, incorporate tracking, and see exaple pages from a completed journal.
The workshop will take place on Saturday, January 18 from 9 a.m. to noon at the KCAD Campus.
Register online, and see other creative workshops KCAD has to offer, at kcad.edu/cs or by calling (616)-259-1144.