Doodle Journaling with Bimba (Online)

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When was the last time you picked up a journal with some open-ended time for yourself? This doodle journaling workshop is a gentle invitation for you to reflect, imagine and get curious about your life – with words and doodles.

Doodle Journaling is a great opportunity to get an insight to how you are really feeling about yourself and the world, what might be worrying you and where might you be wanting to focus your energy moving forward. Bimba’s class invites you to jot down your thoughts and feelings via scribbles and creative doodles.

They can be as simple or colorful as you like. It’s an opportunity to allow yourself the space to put down what you are feeling into a visual format that stimulates your mind at the same time.

What will we cover?

Throughout this workshop you will explore:

  • The journaling landscape (What can we journal? How to begin? Where do we go from here?)
  • Unpacking your life stories via guided journaling prompts
  • How to incorporate journaling rituals into your day
  • How to use colour and shapes to stimulate the mind and memory
  • The opportunity to share your insights from journaling to the group 

What will I need?

  • Pen and paper or journal
  • Any variety of coloured art materials you have (pencils, textas, crayons…)


  • Closed Captions
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreter Upon Request 

    Who will be teaching? 

    Bimba (she/her) is a journal enthusiast, counsellor, and workshop facilitator innovating mental wellbeing conversations. Creativity, coffee and
    colours are the three driving forces of her day. She is naturally drawn to express her inner world through words & doodles.

    has authored and self-published a doodle journal for mental wellness
    that explores the happy spaces. You can find out more about Bimba and
    her work through #origamiofbecoming

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    Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email Maddy (she/her) at