What are bullet journals?
Bullet Journals- and the practice of bullet journaling – were originally created by Ryder Carroll but has evolved over time to become a much more creative and mindful activity (if you choose to use it that way!). It’s also a great way to become more productive and creative, and can be used as a tool to embed positive new habits like healthy eating and exercise.
The beauty of it though, is that bullet journals start as blank books, and therefore you can make yours exactly what you want it to be! For example, some people use it purely as a way of recording their thoughts and feelings. Others use it as a complete organisation system with colour codes, trackers, and of course, their diary!
Learn from a Bullet Journal Expert
Chloe Leibowitz is a bullet journal expert, and has helped many people to develop their own bullet journals through our workshops. You can listen to her explaining more about bullet journaling and how you could benefit from it in the video on this page.
We run our workshops for individuals, corporate groups and on behalf of other organisations. Examples of corporate groups have included Facebook, The British Library and SC Johnson.
The dates for upcoming individual bullet journal workshops are listed below, but if you wish to explore whether a workshop would be appropriate for your group or organisation, contact us.
We run regular bullet journal workshops both in person and online, including our always-popular Christmas workshop – the perfect opportunity to create your journal for the coming year.
Upcoming dates are as follows:
Our workshops are run in collaboration with The Ink Pot who provide one of their beautiful journals for each of our attendees.
So if you’re curious about bullet journaling, are looking for a new way to get organised, creative and productive, or you just want to spend a bit more time on yourself, why not come and join us for a future date?
We’d love to introduce you to the world of bullet journals!
Chloe and Anna provided a brilliant workshop on Bullet Journals, providing a creative, informative and personalised approach to learning how to use this impressive method of organisation. Highly recommended!