The doodle journal was designed to incorporate 2 skills – doodling and imagination.
Learning to use your imagination is an important skill. Imagination is one of the first steps in achieving anything and is needed in the creation process. It is what will help you to find solutions to any obstacle you face or any goal you want to achieve.
Need help with what to sketch? Challenge yourself to draw something you saw during the day and then make up a little story about it. If you start with something you see, hear or eat during the day, the mind blocks will be removed and the creativity juice will began to flow.
Doodling also helps with concentration, learning/memory, alleviating stress, refining our thoughts and increasing your creativity.
….an image of the journal page can be seen at the bottom of this page.
6 x 9 Journal Variations…
100 Undated Journal Pages, approximate depth 0.2 inch
200 Undated Journal Pages, approximate depth 0.5 inch
365 Undated Journal Pages, approximate depth 0.8 inch
365 Dated Yearly Journal Pages, approximate depth 0.8 inch
.If you want to design your own cover, the white cover has a matte finish which will allow you to draw directly on the cover. For best results, use a permanent marker, such as a Sharpie. (Please make sure to test the marker before using to complete your cover design…somewhere on the back cover will work. Second tip…Use a pencil to sketch the design on the cover before using a permanent marker or pen.)
Peek at the Page
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Note…The 365 Dated Doodle Page has a date at the top of the page.