I have found I don’t moodle in any particular order from this book, instead I look through and start to moodle where I feel inspired.
Here are more of my moodles I have been doing from this book, over the last couple of weeks. 🙂
Do you have this moodle book? How do you find it? 🙂
As you will know if you are a regular reader of my blog, my childhood was tough. Reading on posts at the beginning of this blog and ones where I shared when having counselling will reveal those tough moment and how it affected me. Naturally, I had blocked out the positive stuff too, since I left school. I just did not want to look back. But I had to in the end and my counselling revealed lots about me, as well as hopefully being able to move forward and release the unnecessary guilt I had most of my life that I should not have had.
Recently, out of the blue, I had a few childhood flashbacks, but these ones were positive ones. I started writing them down and I was getting a few more, so I decided to one day to create myself a mind-map and sit down for just 15 minutes and see if anything else came to mind that was a positive thing from my childhood.
This was what I came up with.
So as you know recently, one of my books I purchased was this one.
I am going to share a few pages of what I have done so far, from this book. What I learnt though, was not to use sharpie pens, as they leak through. So gel pens from now on.
I decided after doing this last one with my eyes closed, to colour it in after.
I have bought four books recently, from Amazon. Two of them are doodling books and the other two are mindfulness books, although doodling books fall under mindfulness too. (My opinion.)
My doodle books.
My mindfulness books.
I am going to be in doodle heaven, but although they are not meant to be, I may find a challenge at times. But all good to get me inspired and my brain in a different mental gear.
The mindfulness books in the last photo will be a challenge too, as one gets me thinking and the other a motivation to try what is in the book. The book, “Start where you are,” from flicking through, will give me some self-awareness, maybe help with self-esteem, because of this book being a self-reflection type book.
The coming months ahead, as I dip in and out of these books will be interesting.
In a previous post today, I shared a few blogs/websites I came across for doodle inspiration, while I await for my books. I decided I was going to doodle using prompts from Johanna Fritz website: 365 doodles. You will find more about her doodle prompts here.
Today, I was not in a mood to study. (Maybe I will be later today.) So I have doodled. 🙂
Here are some of mine.
First I got involved with Sharpie Sunday and now I have learnt about Moodles, as well as getting into Doodles. I have ordered some doodle books of my own as well as a Moodle book, so I wonder what more of a creative side comes out of me.
While I await for my books, I have been doing some Googling and I came across the following websites for doodle inspiration.