Have you wanted to create a Bullet Journal but are not sure where to start? Have you thought that you need to do all the beautiful doodling, sketching and drawing, or use washi tape, stickers and stamps in creative ways? Bullet Journaling isn't about how creative you can be. It is a simple analog system created by Ryder Carroll "to help you track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future."
In this 90-minute class you will learn how to set up your first bullet journal using the four items that are the foundation of the Bullet Journal:
- Rapid Logging
Instructor Vernell Clouden-Duval will explain step-by-step instructions to create various page spreads, and organize your bullet journal to work for you. She will also share examples of how this organizational system works in real life.
Vernell is a self-taught creative who has been using the Bullet Journal system for the last four years to organize her personal and creative life. She is an avid reader and considers herself to be a life artist.
All supplies will be provided, however you are welcome to bring your own notebook and supplies if you have them.
Free and open to adults with advanced registration. Register using the form below or call 401-247-1920 x2.
Made possible by the Friends of Barrington Public Library