This Thursday, we’re excited to host a Bullet Journaling Workshop with Wendy Gassaway at Beth Woolsey’s home in Newberg, Oregon.
You may have heard about bullet journaling recently — it’s been taking the internet by storm — but what is it?
Bullet journaling serves multiple purposes which is why it’s scratching the itch for so many people. A fab BuzzFeed article, “WTF Is A Bullet Journal And Why Should You Start One? An Explainer,” lays it out well.
A bullet journal is good for…
– People who have a million little to-do lists floating around
– People who like pen and paper to-do lists
– People who are into goal-setting and habit tracking
– People who like stationery, journaling, scrapbooking, beautiful pens, etc.
– People who really love planners
– People who want to really love planners, or who want to be more organized
– People who would really like to keep a journal/diary but are having trouble sticking with the habit
But! None of these things are requirements for liking bullet journaling.
Rachel Wilkerson Miller and Ellie Sunakawa in BuzzFeed
You can, in other words, use your bullet journal techniques for traditional journaling, list keeping, scheduling, brainstorming, sketching, and a million other creative and organizational purposes.
But navigating what to do and how to maximize use of a bullet journal can feel overwhelming with all the various info out there.
Enter: Wendy and the Bullet Journaling Workshop! In this 90-minute workshop (which comes with your choice of hard cover journal, archival quality pen, and washi tape), Wendy will guide us through the lingo and techniques of bullet journaling so we can pick and choose which are right for us.
Come bullet journal with us! Class is Thursday, April 18th, 7:00-8:30pm in Newberg, Oregon. Register by contacting Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: $50 ($35 workshop fee + $15 materials)
We’d love to see you there!