Bring back bedtime! Insomnia affects roughly 60 million Americans each year; according to NPR, it disproportionately affects women and people over the age of 65. One of the biggest complaints of women in particular is going to sleep and waking up four hours later and being unable to go back to sleep for at least another hour. Developing healthy sleep habits can help all forms of insomnia, and coloring is a calming activity that can help your mind relax and unwind. So put down your cell phone. Shut off the TV. And color your way back to sleep. With nearly 100 coloring templates, all featuring images and shapes designed to put your mind into that peaceful and serene state essential for a healthy sleep. Instead of looking at a screen when insomnia hits, Color Me to Sleepoffers a creative, relaxing alternative.
Don't forget to try Color Me Calm, Color Me Happy, Color Me Stress-Free, and Color Me Fearless!
Angela Porter is a self-taught artist who finds inspiration in nature, especially ammonite and other fossils. Much of her work is abstract with flowing lines, shapes, and colors that create textured and detailed artworks. She works with technical drawing pens, watercolors, inks, colored pencils, and metallic paints and pens. She lives in South Wales.
Lacy Mucklow (MA. ATR-BC, LPAT, LCPAT) is a registered, board certified, and licensed art therapist who has been practicing art therapy in the Washington, DC area since 1999. She has experience working with a variety of mental health populations and settings, including schools, home-based counseling, and hospitals with adolescents, families, and adults. Lacy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Studio Art from Oklahoma State University, and a Master of Arts degree in Art Therapy from The George Washington University.