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Get ready to draw and donate this National Doodle Day

Something we do while on the phone or in a meeting, doodling is often overlooked as a childish action rather than something productive that can harness our creativity and focus.

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The truth according to Sunni Brown however is that doodling "opens us up to greater insights, better information retention and higher levels of concentration, getting us closer to those coveted “a-ha” moments". Doodling helps us unclutter our minds leaving plenty of room for all of the important information we need to take in at that particular moment.

As well as all of these benefits, we can doodle to raise awareness and help people suffering from epilepsy with National Doodle Day on Friday 5th February.doodle-day_logoOrganised by Epilepsy Action, the aim of National Doodle Day is to get everyone doodling and donating to help the people and families who are affected. The Doodle Day website says that by doing so, your support will ensure that the 600,000 people living with epilepsy have access to specialist advice, quality healthcare and can live free of stigma, prejudice and discrimination.

To help you get doodling we've put together some of our doodle essentials, simply click the image the see the products in full.

Paper Mate Inkjoy 100 Berol Colourbrush Felt Tips Koh-I-Noor Jumbo Magic Pencils Sharpie Metallic Markers Paper Mate Replay Gel Pens Koh-I-Noor Versatil 5353

Plenty of celebrities also get involved with the event and there is even an auction between 5-7th February to buy your favourite celebrities doodle. You can check out all of the celebrity doodles here.

To find out and more about National Doodle Day and to to donate check out this page.

 

 

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