If writing a book is a goal of yours, whether you’re an old hand at writing or new to the idea of jotting down a few lines each day, there is nothing that will replace the actual practise of writing every day.
STOP, TAKE A BREATH, INHALE – EXHALE… If the stress this Christmas season is getting to you, and the thought of the multitude of preparations for the kitchen and gift buying is getting to you. Take a breather and try colouring. (Read our earlier post on why we think colouring for adults is great.)
As the end of the year draws to a close, with each New Year’s resolution made, promises for a better life, a new you, anything from goals to hopes and dreams and wishes, there are few things that are able to match the promise and potential of a new year as a new journal.
If you are not one for meditation, there is nothing more therapeutic than one of these adult colour books where you can shut the whole world out and keep your mind occupied on just colouring.
Do you colour? In recent years, colouring books have undergone a rebirth. No longer the mainstay of the children’s sections in bookshops. Colouring books these days appeal to a huge and dynamic range of adults who turn to colouring for a variety of reasons.
In the recent years that adult colouring has made an appearance, the vast options of colouring books has provide great joy to adult colourers of all ages. It is highly appealing to be able to pick and choose from the large number of different colouring-in books, ranging from imaginative worlds to the more realistic landscapes.