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Intro to Bullet Journaling

  • Cambria Gallery 91 Parliament Street Toronto, ON, M5A 3Y7 Canada (map)

Has every planner you've ever used been incomplete because it just wasn't the right format for you? Are calendar apps not cutting it? Do post-it notes litter your desk? Are you looking to get organized and become more productive, just before the Holiday craziness sets in?

Get into the hottest trend in productivity with a Workshop on Bullet Journaling produced by Embiria Curated Experiences, and led by the talented Sylvia of Via Calligraphy (@viacalligraphy).

Join us to be guided through the process of taking a blank notebook and customizing it to visualize your own life and goals. You'll learn why going analog is better than digital for getting sh*t done and feel the satisfaction of checking things off physically. We'll spend time carefully setting up your essential bullet journal spreads and walk through exactly how to move your tasks around with the bullet system so you don't lose track of anything anymore!

You'll also have time for hands-on learning with plenty of one-on-one time. All supplies and materials are included in the course fee. This class is designed for beginners and no experience is necessary.

Starter kit includes:

ONLY 12 SPOTS AVAILABLE - this experience will sell out so grab your ticket ASAP!

Note: This workshop will be focused on a notebook setup and will not cover any aspect of brush calligraphy or illustrations. If you're interested in learning calligraphy to use for your bullet journaling, check out our popular Intro to Calligraphy Workshop here!


More about Sylvia:

Sylvia is a downtown Toronto girl who loves her city as much as Drake does. When she's not working her day job in Digital Marketing, she's working on calligraphy commissions or teaching brush calligraphy at in-person classes in the city with the hopes that her students fall in love with lettering as obsessively as she did.

Sylvia started her lettering journey when she wanted to paint on her favourite leather jacket for her wedding. She spent hours every night practicing her font before finally creating #thejustmarriedjacket. After the big day, she didn't want it to be hidden away in her closet so now she rent it out to local brides to wear on their wedding days.

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