Community Mental Health: Summer for Teens: Bullet Journaling for Beginners
Feeling like things are out-of-order? Need a method to organize your life in a creative and expressive way? Come learn the magical system of bullet journaling with your friends at Harlem Library!
Bullet journaling is a method of personal organization developed by designer Ryder Carroll. The system organizes scheduling, reminders, to-do lists, brainstorming, and other organizational tasks into a single notebook. It incorporates writing, planning, art, design, and collage as a way to practice organization and mindfulness, and is completely customizable to your life, style, skills, and needs.
All participants will be given their own dot-grid notebook to keep, and will be guided through some basic layouts, trackers, and lettering techniques. Everyone is encouraged to make their journal their own, so there's no wrong way to do it! Let your creativity flow as you organize your life.
Program will be held in-person in the 3rd floor Community Room. All materials and tools will be provided.
- Audience: College & Graduate Students, Teens/Young Adults (13-18 years), Young Adults/Pre GED (16-24 years)