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Secret benefits of a doodle on your break

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We’ve all been there. You’re taking a seemingly endless conference call, stuck in a long, pointless meeting or need a pick-me-up at your desk. What do you do? You could opt for some unsatisfying social media scrolling, which will only increase your already high stress levels. Or you could try something different. Doodling has been proven to make you a more productive employee and engages your brain’s subconscious ability to multitask, plan and concentrate as well as help you relax. So scribble away and let your mind wander while you enjoy a tasty snack and a cuppa.

But if you’re keen to keep away from the chocolate biscuits or slices of office cake, add a little delight to your next morning debrief with Nākd’s seriously tasty wholefood alternatives. Made with 100% natural ingredients, these bars are bursting with flavour and packed to the brim with juicy fruits and nuts. Have you tried Lemon Drizzle, Peanut Delight or Bakewell Tart with your cuppa? Dreamy.

Nakd Bakewell Tart

So next time you want to avoid browsing the pictures of an old schoolmate having their seventh holiday of the year, find some paper, grab a pen and doodle. Get your creative juices flowing, eat well, feel good and work better. It’s as simple as that.

Check out the doodles on Instagram @Nakdwholefoods or click here to discover more about the Nākd range.

For your chance to win an exclusive Nākd mug plus a 36-bar selection box, enter our competition now.

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