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Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore; adults have demanded their art supplies too.
On Sunday, my mother-in-law and I enjoyed a quiet afternoon coloring and talking while we sipped iced tea and soaked up some sunshine in the front yard. It was such a peaceful way to end the weekend, and a great way to spend some time together.
In college, I remember breaking out my coloring books and crayons when I felt a periodic surge of stress. It was a fun way to quiet my worries. But I’ve since enjoyed coloring for no particular reason at all. It’s just fun.
The adult coloring book market has made quite a scene in recent months. Local bookstores–and even grocery stores–have entire shelves devoted to a wide variety of themed designs. Some people have even taken it a step further, converting entire walls of their homes to coloring book art.
Art is a form of self-care, and fortunately there are endless forms of art to choose from. It just so happens that coloring is one of the cheapest and easiest.
What is your favorite coloring project?