children in need’s pudsey bear… yellow the colour of happiness

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Were you one of the millions watching the BBC’s Children in Need last night? What a fantastic charity. I love how they focus on making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

You can’t help but notice their main brand colour. You only have to look at the charity’s mascot Pudsey Bear to see they use the colour of happiness!

(Day 17 into my 30 blogs in 30 days challenge!)

Yellow has wonderful positive psychology qualities, just perfect for children and young people.

Yellow positively communicates happiness, like on a sunny day. We feel happy, our spirits are uplifted and we feel cheerful.

It is also the colour of self-confidence and self-esteem, putting us in an optimistic mood for change and new beginnings. A wonderfully joyous colour for children.

What do you think of the colour yellow? How does it make you feel?

To make a donation to this wonderful charity here is the link to the Official BBC Children in Need website.

If you love the colour yellow like I do you can check out my other yellow related blog posts.

Part of my 30 blogs in 30 days challenge series. Check out my other posts.

Sources: bbc.co.uk.
Image: ebay.co.uk.

 

BBC Children in Need and Pudsey Bear are registered trade marks of the BBC and used under licence.

 

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