Thursday, October 29, 2015

Color Me Happy By Lacy Mucklow and Illustrated by Angela Porter

I have been looking for new ways to relive stress besides walking and working out as I do not always have time for that so way surfing the internet as saw National Best Seller Color Me Happy by art therapist Lacy Mucklow and illustrated by Angela Porter this coloring book has over 100 coloring templates that is a guided coloring book designed for busy adults. Organized into therapeutically themed chapters, this book examines the benefits of putting pencil to paper and offers adults an opportunity to channel their anxiety into joyful creative accomplishment. It has been designed for each development in technology, our lives become more complicated. We move through our days in a blur of emails, text messages, and social networking. This non-stop stimulation has left us stressed out and distanced from the joys of the present moment.

My Opinion: I really have been using these to help with my recent anxiety and stress I have been feeling daily since I have not had a full time job and focusing on my blog, finding work and being there for my family to help which has made me busier then when I was working. The book is in a paperback with bright and detailed designs. I like this and plan on sharing these with my sisters maybe even give as a Christmas gift.
Some of the templates are Nature, Music, Food & Drink, Whimsically Imagery and so much more visit and you can purchase on Amazon at

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours. 

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