The last 18 months has been stressful for everyone, coping with life and the COVID pandemic as well as the normal stresses of life. I’ve written about some things happening in my life and felt the need to Press the Pause button in September and then undertaking an October Overhaul to re-evaluate.
A blogging friend, Min Gillespie from Write of the Middle has just completed her 100 day project which showcased her amazing artistic talent. Min had found the concept of the 100 day project on Instagram so I decided to start my own version of a 100 day project which would be based around Bringing More Colour into my Life.
#The100DayProject is a free, global art project.
The idea is simple: choose a creative project, do it every day for 100 days, and share your process online.
My 100 day project – #Bringmorecolourintoyourlife
Life has been difficult but what really lifts my mood is colour. Each day for 100 days, I’m bringing more colour into my life by taking a photo which is colourful – a pop of colour in my day.
Colours and their meanings is a post I wrote back in 2017. Here is an excerpt:
When I started to think about colours I wondered about their meaning. I found several articles about the subject of Colour Psychology . The meaning of colours and also how Colour Psychology can be used in marketing and branding. Read the full post here….
I started the #Bringmorecolourintoyourlife on Saturday 9th October, 2021 and will finish on 16th January, 2022 ( I think that is 100 days). Each week on the blog I will share my week of colour with you.
Join me for 1 day or 100 days
My goal is to bring joy through a daily pop of colour not only to my life but to yours as well.
I’d love you to join me and share your pops of colour with me through your social media, using the hashtag #Bringmorecolourintoyourlife and don’t forget to tag me @WomenLivingWellAfter50. If you blog and would like to participate, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of the weekly #Bringmorecolourintoyourlife post. I will post to the blog each Sunday.
Will you join me? We all need some colour in our life, don’t we?
I’ll start off with my Day 1 which was a photo of one of the sunniest, joyful flowers you will find – The Sunflower. Sunflowers make me smile and feel happy.