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Bullet Journaling: A Stress Reduction and Time Management Tool
Sat, September 24, 2016, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Kanesha Baynard, author and life coach, created the Creativity Summit to support participants in having the time, space, materials, and guidance to focus on connecting (reconnecting) with each other in a fun, relaxed, and creative setting.
Have you heard of a Bullet Journal?
Right now, creating and using bullet journals is extremely popular – especially on Pinterest.
See a workshop sample here.
During this digital age, more people are turning to bullet journals to:
- Spark their creativity
- Decrease their screen time
- Get their “to do” lists under control
- Increase their mindfulness
- Improve their memory
- Extend and improve family communication
During this creativity summit, participants will:
- Receive an introduction to the bullet journaling process
- Create a customized bullet journal
- Learn how to use 6 bullet journal layouts
- Identify stressors linked to time management
- Be shown how to use a task-tracking system that leads to better productivity
- Create time management support structures
- Generate a list of stress reduction options
What’s provided during the creativity summit?
- All materials (excluding the journal)
- Reference guide
- Hands-on support while creating the bullet journal
- Space and time to create
Selecting a journal:
- All participants should bring a journal or notebook
- The journal/notebook should have at least 100 pages
- The pages in the journal/notebook may contain lines or grids – or be blank (selection based on your personal preferences)
- The journal/notebook should be 5x8 or larger
- You will have the option of decorating your journal/notebook cover
Who can attend:
- Parents/Caregivers/Guardians (in the registration, Parent = Parents/Caregivers/Guardians)
- Children (ages 12-to-18)
Workshop fee includes:
- Workshop materials (excluding the journal)
- Feel free to bring your own snack - if needed
Did you know:
- creative people are happier than most people?
- being creative helps you solve problems?
- spending time nurturing creativity contributes to a healthier well being?
- anyone can be creative?
Being creative does not automatically mean you have to be an artist (but it's OK if you are!).
Being creative is about learning, growing, and developing skills that allow you to express yourself in a variety of ways.
Being creative widens our perspective on ways to approach things so we do not feel stuck or stifled.
"Fostering creativity won't just increase your child's chances of becoming the next Picasso. You're also helping him develop mentally, socially, and emotionally", says Lisa Ecklund-Flores, cofounder and executive director of Church Street School for Music and Art, in New York City
As a mother of two school aged children and a veteran educator, Kanesha understands the challenges that get in the way of a thriving relationship for parents and their children. By using creativity as a tool to bridge differences, foster common understandings, and reflect on past events, the Creativity Summit offers a safe environment for parent and child teams to grow together while having fun.
Due to the logistics of putting this event together, registration for this workshop is non-refundable, but fully transferable.
If for whatever reason you sign up for this event and cannot make it — you can resell your ticket to a friend.
We will have a waiting list for stand-bys to fill in. As a registrant, you will still get have access to updated information and bonus materials.
There is a possibility you will have your photo taken for visual and promotional purposes. As a guest at this event, you agree to these terms.