…Go Outside the Lines

  We’re officially in the middle of a television wasteland known as summer reruns. While there are summer series, the ones worthy of your time are a much shorter list. 

With months to go until new fall programs return, you may be looking for something to occupy all your new found free time.
If going outside and enjoying the summer just aren’t your thing, might I suggest an alternative — coloring.

Now, I know what your thinking, but I’m not six and I have no idea where I left my 100+ box of crayons. I understand your hesitation, but it turns out adult coloring is in. 

Before you start judging and write this off as a  societal symptom of a Peter Pan Syndrome pandemic, consider the health benefits of coloring. The stress relief alone makes it sound a lot less childish, and quite a bit more appealing.

If that’s not enough to sell you, then consider the fact that there are adult coloring books.  Adult coloring books have even broken into the best sellers lists. Game of Thrones is even joining the coloring book craze this October. 

So, you can take comfort in the fact that you won’t be the only one taking your coffee break with your Crayolas. 

More on the Story: Quartz

…just for fun:

A quick review of your primary and secondary colors, just in case you need a refresher before diving back into that box of crayons…they, fortunately, do not have an adult version…yet.


Posted on July 1, 2015, in Humor, News, Opinion, Television and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Mr. Robot – Wednesdays, USA Network, 9:00 p.m. CDT – quirkily awesome…

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