Creativity & Calmness

Hi friends!

Today I’m coming to you with a blog post that’s a bit different from the usual, but it’s something that has really helped me in terms on mental health, and that’s painting. Now, don’t back away immediately with the thought “Nope, I’m not an artist, this isn’t going to happen”, because I am so so far from an artist myself. I actually suffer from anxiety (more severely as of recently) and I’m always on the lookout of things to do that will keep my mind from racing. Recently I’ve discovered an easy way to calm my thoughts, get away from electronics from a bit and generally spend some quality time with myself – and that’s through coloring books!
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I haven’t had a coloring book since I was very small, but it really is a no-brainer when it comes to being creative with minimal amounts of talent. Another gem I’ve re-discovered? Water colors. They’re so easy and clean and fun to work with, I’m obsessed.

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I haven’t dabbled in the world of coloring books too much, but the one that I immediately fell in love with is called “Fantastic Cities” by Steve McDonald, and if you’re a travel junkie like myself – you will absolutely love this.

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Do you have a favorite way to destress?

-PositivelyCurvy

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Warning: This is not a beauty tutorial.
This my mind with all of its artistic freedom on the loose.
Take this video as you may.

(Oh but if you’re actually curious, this is a project I did for my video art class. It’s a little out there, so watch it at your own risk. I would love to hear any feedback in the comments!)

We’ll be back to “normal” blog posts shortly.

Until then,
Srna