Introduction to Organizational Journaling for a Satisfying Retirement Taught by Deb Schanilec
May 23 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm CDT$32
Saturday, May 23rd 2-4pm
–Exploring the concept of retirement and finding all the options overwhelming?
–Pulling that retirement trigger tomorrow/next month/next year and still not sure what your day-to-day will look like?
–Retired for a while and finished/haven’t gotten around to those projects you thought would keep you busy?
Wherever you are in the process, this Introduction to Organizational Journaling for a Satisfying Retirement class is for you!
–Achieve a sense of direction for this major life transition
–Enjoy improved physical health and increased longevity through beneficial activity
–Ensure that who and what is important to you are a priority
–Identify and phase out barriers to taking action
–Start where you are, based on practical exercises and focused support
WHAT STUDENTS WILL LEARN:
–5 Ds and 1 B of retirement, and how to avoid them
–3 Key Aspects of retirement
–Specs for Satisfaction that are as individual as you are
–Methods of staying organized the way your brain works and not the other way around
Our two hours of class time will be split between:
–Interactive and thoughtful exercises for clarity around your intentions for retirement
–Intro to components of Organizational Journaling (OJO) with digital and real-life samples
–Guided action steps toward your goals that circumvent perception and memory
–Dedicated time to ask questions and experiment in your own notebook
–Design layouts, trackers and project “containers” based on your individual situation
–Go home prepared with next steps
Arrive with a challenge and leave with a plan.
WHAT TO BRING:
–Current calendaring system (phone, calendar, whatever)
–A notebook from home or one purchased at Wet Paint before class
–Your own writing/drawing utensils of choice or use those provided by Wet Paint
–“Reflective journaling” and “Visual journaling” can be included in this process; “Organizational journaling” is something different and will be the focus of the class