I don’t know about you, but I have an ongoing goal to carve out moments of quiet in my day to day life. It can be difficult to still my mind, and unless I have some kind of anchor (like focusing on breath, reading a passage, or moving my body) to draw me into a contemplative space, my thoughts can end up hamster-wheeling (a verb I may have made up) into oblivion. I’ll be talking more about the idea of “creative trellises” in a couple weeks, but this is an excellent example of a trellis that helps not only with creativity, but also with state of mind.
So maybe you’re interested in something meditative and relaxing, OR maybe you’re just spending extra time at home these days with kids running around and you all could use a more quiet, relatively clean activity.
Whatever your reason may be, there is something nostalgic and comforting about breaking out the colored pencils, opening up those watercolors, or stealing a set of crayons from your kid’s backpack and diving into a few minutes of creativity and color.
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