We’ve all been loving adult coloring for a long time now, but it is always fun to try something new. If you are looking for a different way to challenge or express your creativity while practicing a therapeutic activity, why don’t you try Zentangle? Continue reading “Have You Tried the Zen of Zentagle?”
All of you regular readers of my blog know that I am a “crazy cat lady.” So I jumped at the chance to be a stop on the “Lazy Ass Cats” coloring book blog tour!
I was also thrilled to have the chance to ask creator Lindsay Conner about making her coloring book and her thoughts on coloring:
I am a paper planner: I prefer to organize my life using paper instead of a device. Paper planners have many things that make them better than digital tools, but to me, the most important quality is their flexibility: instead of having a device tell you how to use it, you use a paper planner the way you want to.
“Paper planners work because they are flexible and with that flexibility eventually comes an awareness of how you work …not how it works you.”
For the last couple of years, I have used classic Moleskine notebooks to keep myself kinda organized. This was OK until my husband and I started to have some health problems. All the medical appointments required something a bit more structured to keep everything straight. In the midst of my search for a new planner, Keith and Melissa from Scraft Artise asked me if I’d like to give their undated coloring planner and coordinating double-ended markers a try. Continue reading “My Days in Color: A Planner & Coloring Book – Review”
I don’t know why, but so many of my colorist friends are also cat lovers, like me. Except for a few years when the company I worked for sent me on an international work assignment, I have had at least one cat in my home. And my coloring companion? Buddy, our five year-old rescue:
Thank you to Jim Harold Media LLC for sending this book to me in return for providing my honest and unbiased review. I received no other compensation. This post does contain affiliate links.
Do you like an eerie, chilling ghost story?
I do. I get the same thrill from scary stories that a lot of people get from roller coasters. Blood and gore turn me off, but if you have a creepy tale to tell, I am all ears.
The True Ghost Story Adult Coloring Book is a roller-coaster ride for me: a combination of my love for adult coloring along with goosebumps. As summer slips away and we start thinking of Halloween, this is an excellent way to enjoy the season (but it’s perfect for all year long, too!). Continue reading “The True Ghost Story Adult Coloring Book: REVIEW”