Frequently Asked Questions


Here are the most asked questions that I receive about doodling your emotions.  If there is a question that you have that is not covered here, hit the contact button and leave me a message!


Doodling or journaling your emotions brings awareness and insight to how your thoughts, emotions and actions work together to create your desired results.  No matter what you are going through or what is going on around you doodling can help with your everyday mental and emotional health.





Simple doodles work to help you approach circumstances that you may have no control over.  It's a way to control negative emotions by changing your narrative to help you reach your desired outcome.  For example, is anxiety and fear creating chaos in your life?  By using simple doodles and tools and transforming the blank page that is before you can change your relationship with anxiety and fear by simply writing a letter to them.  In the lesson Letters From Fear, I will show you why it is important to have fear in your life, but how to create a new relationship with fear.  

Your journals and your doodles are FOR YOU.  Through journaling and doodling you will learn to give yourself permission to be human and experience all the emotions and you will learn not to hold back!  You can write or doodle exactly what you are feeling without shame, guilt and fears because you are worried about what others will think of you.  I will walk you through how to journal and doodle your story, your dreams, your fears, your goals and joyful moments.  Not only will this allow you to stay focused it will also remind you that there are many good things in your life!





I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It’s easy. Just click “Edit Text” or double click me and you can start adding your own content and make changes to the font. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.





No, you don't need anythings special.  Although I use water color paints on the regular you can use crayons, markers, finger paint, watercolors, computer paper, notebook paper, sticky notes and if need be, paper napkins!  All of these are art supplies.... trust me, I have journaled and doodles with. and on, everyone of these items!

For those who want to know what I use, here is a list of the art supplies that I use the most.  Click Here!