I’ve been trying to find the words to describe why working abstract, with no plan, and letting go of the outcome is such a mindful, exciting, and yet calming experience all at once. It’s one of my main forms of creative self-care these days, and really helps when I feel anxiety. I’m so excited to share this with you.
Please be sure to share it with your friends and anyone who could use a little help “ARTing it out” right now.
- Start your creative self-care practice by getting your Free Guide to Creative Self-Care.
- Learn more about art journaling.
- Practice mindful drawing for anxiety.
- Make an easy and fun journal background.
- Or, make a background using tissue paper and water.
- Journal to clear your mind and banish perfectionism with my class: Freeing the Muse.
- Learn to use art journaling as a form of creative self-care: Starting Your Art Journal.
- Get your hands on those high flow liquid acrylics here*.
- Read more about the work I do at Mindful Art Studio here.
DISCLOSURE: The information described here is not art therapy. This post is for informational purposes and should not be considered a substitute for medical or psychological evaluation or treatment. Please seek advice from a mental health professional in your area if you are experiencing mental health challenges. You can find an art therapist in your area by searching here.
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