Try Doodle-Journaling Today

For a different kind of journaling, why not try doodling instead of writing?

You can use doodles to express how you’re feeling, what happened during your day or what’s going on in your life. Sometimes expressing yourself visually can help you go deeper into emotional territory more quickly than words can.

Here’s an easy doodling exercise you can do in fifteen minutes:

Spend a minute or two doodling; fill up the entire page.

Then doodle inside your doodle. You can think about expressing what you’re feeling or what’s going on in your life as you do this. Or you can just let go of thinking and let the doodling take you where it wants to go.

You might want to play some music you like while you do your doodling. You also may want to color or paint your doodle once you’ve finished. But most of all, be sure to have fun with this!

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2 Responses to “Try Doodle-Journaling Today”

  1. 1 ju4dy2 December 13, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    I’ve been a doodler my whole life but I never thought about doodling in my journal instead of writing. I’m going to do that. I think it will make journal more interesting. Thanks for the tip!

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