Commonplace Workshop

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$5.00

Do you have a commonplace book?

A place for recording the thoughts, passages, and quotes that speak truth into your life?

For centuries, these personal collections have played a significant role in the way scholars read, learn, and remember. They paint a beautiful picture of an individual’s growth over time- of his or her personal journey of learning and growing.

Start your own today!

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Do you have a commonplace book?

A place for recording the thoughts, passages, and quotes that speak truth into your life?

For centuries, these personal collections have played a significant role in the way scholars read, learn, and remember. They paint a beautiful picture of an individual’s growth over time- of his or her personal journey of learning and growing.

This workshop bundle includes

two videos

pdf cheatsheet

resource guide

Video #1 : Andrew Kern & Sarah Mackenzie

Andrew Kern teaches Sarah Mackenzie his system for reading carefully and highlighting with purpose.

Commonplace books start with good reading, and you’ll learn Andrew’s method for doing just that in this video.

75 minutes

Video #2: Sarah Mackenzie, Pam Barnhill, Brandy Vencel, & Mystie Winckler

Sarah Mackenzie, Pam Barnhill, Brandy Vencel, and Mystie Winckler do a practical show-and-tell of their commonplace books. In this video workshop, you’ll see inside the Scholé Sisters’ books and learn how and why they keep them.

If you need a practical place to start, this is for you.

50 minutes

1 review for Commonplace Workshop

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mariana

    Thank you for this workshop! Very helpful, informative, and practical. I can’t wait to begin my own commonplace books and someday pass them down to my children.

    I was thinking. As a way to solve the “how many pages do I devote to each book” dilemma; maybe you can book dart the pages with the quotes or verses you’d like to commonplace and wait to write it all in once you have finished reading the book. Seems like it would waste less space.

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