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Painting, drawing, and doodling are great ways to practice mindfulness and get more in tune with yourself and your emotions. Whether you know the direction you want to take or begin by aimlessly doodling, the creative process will help you deal with stressors in your life by bringing your attention to something new. Ease your stress with one hour of creativity.


While many adults may look at coloring as a childish thing, many mental health benefits come with coloring. Using a coloring book can help your brain finally slow down. Coloring has been seen to play a role in your amygdala, also known as the brain’s fear center. Coloring helps people practice mindfulness and is especially helpful for those who feel constantly stressed or nervous all of the time.

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