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MAKE A TRIBUTE VISION BOARD For Memorial Day Weekend Bestselling Author and Speaker Joyce Schwarz shows you how step by step!

HOW TO MAKE A TRIBUTE VISION BOARD FOR MEMORIAL DAY TO HONOR MILITARY AND LOVED ONES by Joyce Schwarz,keynote speaker and best-selling author THE VISION BOARD book, www.visionboardinstitute.com and tweeting @visionboard 


HOW TO MAKE A MEMORIAL DAY VISION BOARD By Joyce Schwarz, author, THE VISION BOARD book,www.ihaveavision.org (to see a free chapter go to: http;//tinyurl.com/seeinsidebook)

MEMORIAL DAY is the ideal time to honor any active military in your family or neighborhood with a Gratitude Vision Board and to salute the fallen and veterans of past service with a Tribute Board.

Here are five simple steps to creating a Tribute Board for the fallen or for those veterans who served in the past:

1) Take a moment with your family or just your own memories to remember the key events and experiences in the Veteran's life that were not military related. Remember the fun things he or she did -- like play softball or make a great apple pie. Jot down a couple of those things. NOTE: if you're doing this as a family make it a group visioning process. And add a sense of ritual to the experience too. If the Veteran that you're honoring liked to play softball then go ahead and take the family to the park and play softball in his or her tribute BEFORE you make the vision board.

The whole concept in sharing your vision and honoring and creating a Gratitude or Tribute vision board is to make the experience an active one that benefits everyone involved. If the veteran loved Chocolate ice cream - make sure you have some on hand to serve on completion of the board and set a dish out in his or her honor!

2) Gather some pictures of the Veteran --in active duty clothing or if that if you're not ready to picture the veteran in uniform pick a favorite pix from his/her past that shows their character.

3) Get pictures of symbols and or logos that show a bit more about the person's life -- maybe the company they worked for or the division of the military service they served in ie Marines, Air Force, Army, Navy.

4) If you're ready emotionally add a few favorite pictures from the military person's departure -- whether it was to overseas post or maybe even the final tribute if you feel positive when looking at those pictures.

Note, you have to be ready. I was going to make a tribute for my dad shortly after he passed, but I wasn't ready to create one until last fall for Veteran's Day honor.

And now this Memorial Day I decided to jazz up the Tribute Board and add some fun embellishments so that the Tribute board would be more interesting to look at so yes, I just updated my Veteran's Day board for Memorial day. Remember every vision board should be a work-in-progress. There is nothing static about showing Gratitude or giving TRIBUTE

In creating the new Tribute Vision Board for Memorial day ,I cherish some of the pictures we took the Ohio Cemetary and apprecfiate the military who were involved in the ceremony.

 And of course hearing the TAPS music that he always loved " Days is Done Gone the Sun...so many times my dad would look at the sunset and say that.. but every morning he was ready for Reveille too!

5) Add some key words that remind you of your veteran-- and if you're not ready to for words just add a favorite quote or a phrase that comes to mind. You can always update this Tribute Board later. For example for my Memorial Day tribute to my dad, I added a great quote from Maya Angelou but stayed with the simple phrase TAPS FOR FRANK. I let the pictures do the talking in this Tribute board.


If you're working with an active military family to honor one of their active soldiers, then you may want to include some fun pix that person has sent via email or family pix showing the military person playing pool or riding his or her motorcycle or some kind of action activities since those are often the best memories we have of the person.

You can make your board as personal as you want or it can just be symbolic with pictures you're reacy to share with those who will see it if you want to display it in your office or home.

Don't force yourself to add any pictures that don't bring a smile to your face. Okay there may be a tear in your eye but remember the purpose is to bring Tribute and to offer Gratitude for their service.

If you're comfortable adding some key words like PEACE PLEASE or a line from a prayer, now's the time to do it. You can type out the prayer in script on your computer or have a family member with great penmanship or calligraphy actually artfully design it for you to add to your board.

Don't forget Tribute is a project in progress...you can begin with a few pictures and add more later.

And you can always update your board with pictures from the veteran when she or he returns to your fold!

Blogger Joyce Schwarz, www.visionboard.info and best-selling author of THE VISION BOARD book: the secret to an extraordinary life, created this Tribute Vision Board for her dad to honor him with some pictures from his final tribute and some fun lifetime pix that show some of his favorite things.\

When creating your Memorial Day Gratitude or Tribute Board make sure it's something that you will cherish and want to look at again. Don't create something so somber that you want to throw it in the back of the closet.

Embellishments help, for example I added lots of colorful stars and this time even cut out the outline of my dad playing softball, one of my childhood memories - seeing him pitch a no-hitter!

Memorial Day Tribute Vision Board created by Joyce Schwarz, best-selling author THE VISION BOARD book to honor her dad and other veterans and military families. Go to www.visionboard.info to see 5 simple steps to creating a Tribute or Gratitude vision board for Memorial Day.

 Go ahead -- start slowly with just a few pictures or a few key words and then add more as you become ready to honor the Veterans in your life!

 For more info go to: http://www.visionboard.info You can follow Joyce Schwarz atwww.twitter.com/visionboard And at http://www.facebook/joyceschwarz


UP FOR GRABS: the life of your dreams -- how to live your vision even before you create a vision board by Joyce Schwarz, consultant, speaker and bestselling author THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an extraordinary life

When my agent and I were pitching my now bestselling book THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an extraordinary life to Harper Collins Publishing/Harper Design we were positioning it as a cross between design and self-development.

As you may know, the book  has now sold more than 100,000 copies worldwide and has become the essential guide to creating a #visionboard and #visual life and work planning. My Vision Board Institute http://www.visionboardinstitute.com has trained more than 175 Certified Vision Board Coaches around the globe in the proprietary techniques on life and work visioning which form the guts of life and business change at any age or cycle of your company or organization.. 


People often ask what is so different about what you do Joyce -- well, an authentic system of life visioning begins long before you create your vision board or even your vision statement.

The book opens with a chapter on LIFE VISIONING -- which is the very essential step that very few people do prior to creating their #visionstatement and of course their #visionboard. It was a great honor to get a wonderful endorsement from Lynn Andrews, female shaman that says:  

Visioning has become a lost art for many. Joyce Schwarz book is a profound reentry into the ancient process of seeing the mystery before it happens.
A great read.- Lynn V. Andrews, international author, “Medicine Woman”, shaman and founder of the Lynn Andrews Center for Sacred Arts and Training

Why talk about all of this now? 

Because it's graduation time and many sites and publications and TV shows are asking what advice do you have for new graduates -- one even challenges authors and speakers to give their views in 5 words or less.

So I figured it was time to reveal the 5 step Success Formula to the world --not just the book's readers. (And yes, it is proven by my consulting with more than 2000 VIPs and Hollywood stars and personalities ranging from an anchor at FOXNEWS to Candy Lightner Founder of Mother's Against Drunk Driving to two presidential candidates and execs at Paramount, Disney Imagineering, 3M and more -- even a Miss Fitness America and a Mr. Universe.Along with more than 200 corporate clients ranging from Metropolitan Life to American Airlines and 75 plus startups ranging from emusic.com to primesense (guts of xbox kinect). 

That formula --that was first revealed to me and later I shared with my clients first is also expanded on in THE VISION BOARD book on request from Harper Collins. I've been told that it is straightforward and certainly goes far beyond the law of attraction, the golden rule and other time-worn advice.


It's called the GRABS formula based on the acronym it forms and here is a brief summary of it that you can begin following NOW -- even before you've re-visioned your life -- even before you've created a new vision statement and well before your next #visionboard design.

G=Gratitude -- it all starts with an attitude of gratitude. When I get my head turned around and start micro-managing my life or trying to tweak the future before it happens -- I turn to being grateful. 

Great to see that famous scientists and other leaders agree with me on this one -- heres one note I found on research on what else -- gratitude online.

Scientists from UC Berkeley as noted in one of their online newsletters, are  finding that people who practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits:

  • Stronger immune systems and lower blood pressure;
  • Higher levels of positive emotions;
  • More joy, optimism, and happiness;
  • Acting with more generosity and compassion;
  • Feeling less lonely and isolated.

That’s why the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley—in collaboration with the University of California, Davis—launched a $5.6 million, three-year project, Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude.

GENEROSITY GENE-- JACK AND SUZY WELCH: just recently I had the good fortune to see Jack and Suzy Welch live talking about their latest book The Real-Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide to Winning the Game, Building a Team, and Growing Your Career. During their talk,they promoted their practice of what they called the "GENEROSITY GENE" . Jack says, " Find your generosity gene. The one characteristic great leaders share is that "they love to see people grow." They have the "generosity gene." "The day you are afraid of them being better than you is the day you fail as a leader." 

That concept of GENEROSITY GENE ties in not only with G for Gratitude but alsoS for Sharing -- which is the final part of the 5 step formula -- for you must share what you kow -- try to share something today -- maybe a link to this article or even a smile to the peeps in the elevator with you down at your workplace. It's rewarding  and the more you share -- the more the practice is returned by others. 

With the S for sharing -- we're not suggesting you become a pushover or let people "brain-drain" you or that as they say in the TV Show "Silicon Valley" don't let them "brain-rape" you of your intellectual content or recommendations. But do share a compliment today. I find on my most challenging days that I practice the smile at the small things -- not a grin and bear it attitude but a gratitude of greatness -- I find something to compliment the first person I see that day -- whether it's a gorgeous aqua colored jacket on a clerk at the post office or a the shape of the shaggy dog walking by as I get into my car -- of course I'm complimenting to the owner --but I do think the dog gets it when he wags his tail wildly. 


After G comes R in the GRABS method which stands for Release and Receive. Yes, we all know how important it is to release the frustration from the past or the hurt by a diss from a colleague. Thats why I'm thrilled that one of my coaches taught me the concept of SANKOFA (you teach what you need to learn, of course) Sankofa Sankofa is a word in the Akan language of Ghana that translates as "reach back and get it" and as I understand it encourages people to reach back and bring forward the best of their past and leave the rest behind.

Wouldn't it be great if you could do that every day -- I challenge you to do just that starting -- well, today of course ! 


Oh heck, you're saying I certainly know how to receive -- I've been praying and hoping and dreaming and I am waiting to get what I deserve. BRING IT ON! 

Yet so often those same people are rejecting even the small bits of good that come their way (what are you measuring good for anyway I ask -- it's not like it's a cup of flour?) good breeds good. Compliment them on their dress and they are the ones who say -- oh this old thing- or admire their new car and they go into a littany of little techno-glitches they've had to deal with since they got it. Look at it this way -- reframe it -- you are not being selfish by accepting a compliment. Instead by not being open to receive, you are denying someone the joy of giving.

NO COFFEE FOR ME! I had a boss (quite frankly, he was not my fave) who taught me a great lesson about being ready to receive. We went on joint presentations about once a week and after the third week of going along with me he asked Why don't you ever accept the coffee that the receptionist or the client offers you. I simply said -- well I don't like coffee in the morning (okay, I prefer Diet Coke --don't go nuts). His advice -- Drink the coffee Joyce or ask for water --who knows they may even have a Diet Coke available too. By turning down the offering I was violating one of the basic principles business deals -- not accepting the gesture left the door closed for the rest of the meeting.Plus, as he noted the assistant or the receptionist -- may just need a break -- and you're not letting them share their hospitality with you.

In fact, in Arab countries hosts will often feed guests until literal exhaustion - and still offer more. Westerners, who usually see insistence after their refusal as a sign of rudeness, should leave this mentality at the doorstep, and instead refuse with good humor; perhaps see it as a game, a battle of wills. It may be advisable to slow the pace of consumption so that when offered more, you can accept the first few times, then finally decline.So when in Bahrain.....


So you've been waiting for success to knock at your door -- no one told you it may text you or click in today's mobile world? 

Too many articles and columns and books and inspirational speakers and motivational movies and videos -- advise you to just sit back and wait until the Universe delivers to you. I'm always fascinated by those Facebook posts where the "friend" reports they have "manifested" a trip to Hawaii -- yes, they took out their American Express card and paid Expedia for the package that very afternoon. 

No that's not the kind of inspired action I'm talking about -- instead I advise you immerse yourself in your future vision NOW. Want to take a trip to France this summer-- check out a youtube video on Bordeaux, head for dinner at a local French bistro and share your love of France with a waiter who just arrived here weeks ago. Don't downgrade your vision by saying you're "thinking about going to Paris" instead phrase it like "I'm going to Paris -- what advice do you have for me -- what's the best place to stay. Who knows maybe his or her old apartment is now on AirBNB since their roommate is still looking for a new roomie. Hire a tutor -- maybe that waiter or someone you get through a referral at the local French-American club or a France meet-up you attend in your area. Live your vision now -- feel it, hear it, see it. 

A is also for acknowledge:

Acknowledge what you have accomplished -- that circles back to G for Gratitude because just by keeping a Gratitude journal or making a top ten list of accomplishments, you are moving yourself forward. Didn't get your to do list done this week at work -- congratulate yourself instead for what you DID DO -- maybe you added a dozen new people to your Facebook group, maybe you shared your green thumb with the gal in charge of the plants at the co-working space you visit and they miraculously survived another week. Yes, you can find 10 things -- even if it means #1 is you are still breathing #2 is you are reading this article.

A is also for ASK in the startup company business rules they encourage you to ABC -- always be closing -- yet so many of us don't practice what we preach at work in our personal lives. We get overwhelmed with the day to day challenges of Midwest grass which grows, well like grass.  We still have not sorted the clutter we're going to take to the Goodwill.

We are super-people we don't need help --we CAN DO IT ALL -- no person is an island remember and asking is more of an art than it is an ingrain skill for many of us -- yes, even me.

Thats why I'm fascinated by the new book by performer and artist Amanda Palmer called. "The Art of Asking: how I learned to stop worrying and let people help." 

  •  "When we really see each other, we want to help each other." -Amanda Palmer

READ ABOUT HER MILLION DOLLAR ASK: Amazon's promo for Palmer's tome explains the title by saying: Imagine standing on a box in the middle of a busy city, dressed as a white-faced bride, and silently using your eyes to ask people for money. Or touring Europe in a punk cabaret band, and finding a place to sleep each night by reaching out to strangers on Twitter. For Amanda Palmer, actions like these have gone beyond satisfying her basic needs for food and shelter--they've taught her how to turn strangers into friends, build communities, and discover her own giving impulses. And because she had learned how to ask, she was able to go to the world to ask for the money to make a new album and tour with it, and to raise over a million dollars in a month.

YES $1 million -- are you ready to ask yet?


B in the GRABS formula stands for BELIEF – yes, I know from experience sometimes it’s impossible to really believe – you were let down before, it didn’t happen the way you wanted – he didn’t ask you to marry him or she didn’t accept. Maybe you feel you’re just not on a roll right now. So the advice I give is to "go Hollywood or go home"…suspend the disbelief. Be grateful for the moment and turn it over to your higher power –or your inner self whatever you feel most comfortable with. Or just enjoy the moment....

After all look at what SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF means: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the poet and author, called drama "that willing suspension ofdisbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith. And what has more drama than daily life. Bob Proctor, Success Leader and bestselling speaker and author says in the forward to THE VISION BOARD book that – all too often “We are extras in our own lives”. Yes, we should be ready for the spotlight and step forward even if we are doing it with a bit of trepidation.

Did you know that fear and excitement both generate the same physiological response: your heart starts to race and your adrenalin glands start pumping to give you the edge you make the choice in seconds to be fearful or excited when you’re whirling up and down that roller coaster called life? .I use the example of going to see the movie AVATAR with my 15 year old nephew – when I advised him abou the Computer Graphics and simulations of the special effects including the hair on the characters – he just looked at me and said Aunt Joyce – let it go – it’s just a movie –let me enjoy it. Often we overthink our own beliefs and lose out on that sense of awe we deserve to experience.

TO discover more about the GRABS formula listen to the audio interview I did that will air on demand all day tomorrow Friday, May 22.. You can register for the free online workshop at on this Facebook events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1661842090701738/ or email:joyceschwarz@gmail.com for a link to hear the MP3

ABOUT JOYCE SCHWARZ: Schwarz is the author of 7 books including THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an extraodinary life which has sold more than 100,000 copies worldwide. She founded the Vision Board Institute.http://www.visionboardinstitute.com to train Certified VIsion Board Coaches in life and work visual planning and visioing. Schwarz says she has two lives -- one high touch and the other high tech. For more about her high tech consulting practice see: http//www.jcombusinessdevelopment.com and read about how her firm JCOM has consulted and launched more than 75 venture funded firms ranging from emusic to Primesense (guts of Xbox kinect). She is an award winning speaker and maintains a VIP Coaching practice to offer one to one packaging for entrepreneurs, TV personalities and corporate and political leaders worldwide. She works in Los Angeles and Cleveland, Ohio . You can reach her in somewhat real time at:joyceschwarz@gmail.com 








How to make a Vision Board to Create Multiple Income Streams by Joyce Schwarz, bestselling author of THE VISION BOARD book and coach to MLM, Direct Marketing and Party Plans

How to create multiple income streams using a vision board to vision your future $ revenues

By Joyce Schwarz, www.visionboardinstitute.com

To see a free chapter of THE VISION BOARD book on visioning your future revenues and success in life and work go to: http://amzn.to/1K97wB9

THRIVE, Don't Just Survive!

Thriving is a mind/body challenge . Most multiple entrepreneurs (who run several businesses at once will tell you the value of multiple income streams. The challenge is walking the talk and keeping your antenna up for great income opportunities that will help you make money while you sleep.

Many of you combine different skill sets in a portfolio that enables you to create what an income pie where various slices of that pie come from different income sources. In this article, you'll find updates for this new crossroads in our economy.

One of the keys to thriving and not surviving is to envision your future in advance. To not just get by but to create the life you really want now-- even if it seems impossible and your bank account is low or nil and you are facing what seems like enormous challenges.

Here are some key tips:

What's the future hold for your career/job or business? In this economy that is a real challenge to answer for many of you. BUT the insight you get in this article will guide you well toward creating the income you need to thrive not just survive!

The key to your future and to our economy's challenges may just be simple -- redesign the workspace/workplace and redefine the word WORK and CAREER which are thousands of years old -- and lag behind the opportunities in the 21st Century.

It sure ain't your grandfather's workplace. In fact it's vital that you know that okay to do more than just one thing in life.

A Wealth and Well-being Vision Board enables you to explore that many options for income creation --from artist to zoologist.

Can you say A.W.E?

One example of an abundance vision board that you may have seen online is a concept collage that combines ancient Mandala symbols with an updated version of visioning to show the future vision of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs launching new ventures.

Where are the opportunities? What sectors are the hottest? Many leaders now involved in the wellness revolution --sees great opportunity in AWE -- Abundance, Wellness and Enlightenment and are beginning to tap into the $12.5 Billion dollar personal growth industry.


Many of you feel guilty because you were raised to revere your grandpa's gold watch that he got at his retirement dinner and you went to the office with your mom on TAKE YOUR DAUGHTER TO WORK DAY...you still see creating income as getting a paycheck.

Have your own business? For many of you a business or being an entrepreneur has resulted in just creating your own JOB or work that provides you just enough to get by. The new boss you have-- called Y-O-U is even tougher than many of the ones you had when you were working 9-5.

THAT'S WHY THE REAL ANSWER to financing your lifestyle (that's what I like to call the next-gen of what we used to call work or jobs) is MULTIPLE INCOME STREAMS.

Income that comes from a) a day job or some ongoing source of income -- it may not pay all your bills but you can depend on it-- maybe a contract with your former company, a part-time gig you take at the local retailer.

Sample vision boards from USANA and from Joyce Schwarz presentation to Avon:



That's just the start-- from there you can create multiple income streams from such opportunities as:

a) Turn your hobby into cash -- if you own a boat-- consider giving sailing lessons. Even if you don't a pal of yours can probably get you into the local yacht club to give a workshop or two that people pay for.

b) Monetize your talents and hobbies. Whether you're a sailing fan or an artist or a natural foods follower, you can actually make money from your own talents and hobbies. . Everyone is creative-- if you love to write or you yearn to create art or you scribble out poems that are worthy of being on a greeting card - now is the time to join the online merchants evolution (note evolution not revolution). If you are an expert sailor, teach sailing. If you know natural foods, offer to shop for your neighborhood and charge them a service fee.

A popular concept called PRINT ON DEMAND (POD) enables you to post your project to sites like Amazon's Create Space and others where you can sell prints of your artwork or try http://www.etsy.com where you can see handmade handicrafts so gorgeous it may bring a tear to your eye.

C) Be an affiliate for someone else who has their own artwork, or written creations to promote. Go ahead start today and become an Amazon Associate-- you can list

D) Become an Amazon merchant -- got more than one book to sell -- well then head over and start an Amazon merchant account for as little as $19.95 per month. You can add books to any mix of products or services that you sell.

E) Look into direct selling opportunities and in 'cloning' yourself and your website with your own reps, and affiliates around the world.

Multiple income streams can be as simple as adult in your extended family 'repping' the other person's products or services. Carry a handful of business cards for your colleagues and pals. Work out a finder's fee for when they get business from a referral by you and do the same for them. The standard is 10 percent of the first month's revenues referred to them by you. See wasn't that simple?

Joyce Schwarz is the founder of the Center for Successful Recareering and also The Vision Board Institute. She is the author of THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an extraordinary life which just hit #1 on the Amazon Spiritual Best-seller list. "The Vision Board" is published by Harper Collins Publishing, Collins Design and features a 4-color book, hard-bound with more than 100 color pictures throughout. The foreword for The Vision Board is by Bob Proctor and the afterword by Jack Canfield. The book features interviews, tips and quotes from more than 75 wisdom leaders and such teachers of THE SECRET as: Marie Diamond, Bob Doyle, Mike Dooley, Lee Brower, Dr. Michael Beckwith and of course Bob Proctor and Jack Canfield.

COLOR YOUR VISION BRIGHT with Adult Vision Board Coloring Book by Joyce Schwarz, bestselling author The Vision Board book: Secret to an Extraordinary Life

Both the BUSINESS INSIDER and the UK GUARDIAN are reporting that adult coloring books are hot. the best-selling book on Amazon right now is, in fact, a coloring book targeted toward adults.

So since relaxation and creative expression are the rewards of this new adult creativity experience, it's no wonder that best-selling author Joyce Schwarz, THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an Extraordinary Life (Harper Design) is jumping on the bandwagon with an even newer form of this series by combining the wonder of creating and reinforcing your #visionboard with #adultcoloringbook and #adultcoloring pages. 

Schwarz explains: it's the perfect combo -- you need to be relaxed and at ease -- in the flow as they say -- to reinforce your vision path and adult coloring pages do just that. Joyce created the first one to celebrate Cinco de Mayo on May 5. See an example of that here:


Color your vision bright with this #adultcoloring page previewing the upcoming adult coloring book of the same name from bestselling author Joyce Schwarz, THE VISION BOARD: the secret to an extraordinary life which is the world's bestselling book on life and work visioning and visionboard creation. www.visionboardinstitute.com @visionboard on twitter.

In Britain, four out of the top 10 Amazon bestsellers are coloring (or colouring, as the Brits insist) books for adults.

Joyce Schwarz comments by saying "At the Vision Board Institute we have more than 175 Certified Vision Board Coaches around the globe -- coloring sheets and coloring books are an international past-time for kids, families and now adults. So our new Vision Board Coloring Book "COLOR YOUR VISION BRIGHT" crosses all the borders and languages -- you can use crayons or colored pencils or if you are really into art you can even use tempera paints to complete our #visionboard #coloringpages."


The use of "power words" words, phrases or quotes that move you to inspired action like 'freedom', 'peace', 'joy' or 'love' reinforce values you want for you and your family so the Vision Board coloring book and sheets are a fun way to move forward to your vision with ease. Plus you can easily scan them and use them as wallpaper for your laptop or your cellphone, Schwarz adds.




It seems that adult coloring books relieve stress, allow for you to immerse yourself into the designs and relax like you were a kid again with a crayon in your hand. Schwarz encourages the users of the Vision Board Coloring Book to COLOR OUTSIDE of the lines too and add additional inspirational quotes, stickers and power words to their final artwork. 


WATCH FOR VISION BOARD COLORING BOOK to be published for the holidays for 2015 -- a perfect holiday gift to color your new year brightly and wrap up 2015 brightly. 


For more information on becoming a Certified Vision Board Coach go to http://www.visionboardinstitute.com or click through to the upcoming 4 week home study course at:




It seems that adult coloring books relieve stress, allow for you to immerse yourself into the designs and relax like you were a kid again with a crayon in your hand.