The art of coloring is a simple joy. All you need is a coloring book and your choice of tools. From here you can immerse yourself fully into the craft without agonizing about what to make, how to read the pattern, and how will it turn out? Coloring is a a form of meditation. There is something truly hypnotizing that happens with you sit down with a fresh box of pencil crayons, choose the color that jumps out at you and begin your journey into the page. Time loses its grip on the mind and enables the color-er to become present in the moment, in the line and in the color gliding onto the paper.
Coloring is a great way to bond. Ask your friends over for some wine, cheese and coloring. Perhaps at first they might look at you with skeptical eyes and doubt; but hand over a fresh sheet of paper, some vibrant or glitter colored pens and in just minutes you will not be able to pry those colors out of their fingers. Soon you will be visiting easily, looking over at each-others masterpieces from time to time to admire their selection of colors. You will begin to feel like you have time-traveled back into grade 2 and you do not really want to leave. Coloring is freeing and has no expectations. The beautiful thing about this craft is that there is no pressure to finish, to use a certain color or even to stay in the lines!!! There is absolute freedom involved in those precious hours where you just get to color.
Have you come to a point when you feel like your family is a hopeless case? Sometimes you just feel that it has been a daily routine. Days passed and even for years the daily schedules just repeat itself like it was destined to be like it. You and your wife leave home while your child is having a breakfast by himself. Isnt that a sad scene to look at? Family bonding is a must in maintaining a harmonious relationship. Being short of time can ruin bonds between family members and that can direct the way to a very serious family breakdown. Kids can be uncared for not just with the physical needs, the emotional and societal wants even comes worst as compared to neglect of substantial needs.