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PSYCHOLOGY

What Do Your Doodles Say About You?

When a squiggle isn’t just a squiggle

Photo by kiarash Heshmati on Unsplash

“I learned how to draw from being bored in school. I would doodle on the margins of my paper.”-Keven Nealon-

During long, tedious meetings, the edges of note pages inevitably fill up with essential ideas, emphatic symbols, and, usually, some completely unrelated designs or…

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Gayle Kurtzer-Meyers

Gayle Kurtzer-Meyers

20+ years in Property Management, freelance writer, advocate for positive thinking, enjoy running for charity events, interested in a variety of topics

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