In the spirit of taking on yet another thing I don't have time for I have decided to participate it #the100dayproject. After much discussion with my sister about what is possible, realistic and exciting I have decided to remember how to doodle. I used to be an obsessive doodler. Most of my art came from the doodles done on the margins of the paper. However my sophomore year of college, 2001, I got my first laptop. I started taking electronic notes in class and tried to force my self to stop doodling in an attempt to really pay attending in Statistics, which took all of my brain power even the little it took to doodle. So with these too things, my business classes and new technology doodling exited my life for the last 16 years. I still make preliminary drawings, thumbnails etc., but it's not the same good old doodle. So, the plan is to bring back my doodling self. Staff meetings, lunch breaks...doodles here we go. Follow me at #rememberinghowtodoodle #the100dayproject

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