Note: Bullet Journal® is a registered trademark of Lightcage, LLC. This course is not endorsed by Ryder Carroll or Lightcage.
- Customizing pages
- Inserting images and backgrounds
- Creating page templates
- Creating a page layout for capturing work notes
- Creating personal, school, and wellness journals
- Taking notes with screen captures
- Adding Outlook meeting details and tasks
- Categorizing, prioritizing, and grouping your notes
- Searching for content
Skill Level Intermediate
- The bullet journal, also called bujo for short, was created by Ryder Carroll. This is an analog pen and paper journaling method to help you be more focused and productive with your tasks, events and notes. You probably take lots of written or typed notes. These may be work, school or personal notes. Think of all the different methods you use to capture these, pen and paper, Outlook Calendar reminders, emails, task-tracking tools and more. Top this off with finding the notes when needed. They may be stacked on your work desk, scattered around your home on sticky notes, in your email folders or saved locally on your home PC. With scattered notes in various locations, it may be challenging to prioritize tasks, track events and balance all areas of your life. I understand the struggles you may incur with these note-taking methods and techniques and I'm going to help you unlock how to create a digital bullet journal-style notebook to capture tasks, events and notes in a way that will help you be informed, prioritized and focused. Join me in my LinkedIn Learning course on creating a bullet journal-style, OneNote notebook.