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Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist who is sometimes called ‘the princess of polka dots’. Although she makes lots of different types of art – paintings, sculptures, performances and installations ­– they have one thing in common…dots!

Suffering from an obsessive compulsive disorder affected her relationship with her family, Kusama moved to New York City in the ’50s, using every bit of money she had to buy canvases and paint.

“I was always hungry and cold. I wanted to die but kept painting.” Her dedication and hard workings eventually led her to worldwide recognition.

They say when you can overcame dark days with the power of art, and I was lucky to have a beautiful heart in my life who took me to that great exhibition.

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Activities like painting, sculpting or drawing, and photography can be very relaxing and rewarding hobbies that can lower your stress levels and leave you feeling mentally clear and calm.

You don’t need to create paintings to distract yourself, visiting art places art can give your brain a break from your usual thoughts.

Have a lovely Sunday y’all, J

Happy with COLOURS


I don’t really remember when was the last time I filled in a colouring book because things has changed so quickly.

But colouring isn’t no longer just for kids and I found out that colouring books are topping again bestsellers lists as they help people to relax.



Colouring books allow me to control my emotions which have been affected by stress. They take me to those lovely memories of my childhood, a period with less stress for sure.

Colouring  or painting is incredibly good for your brain as you just sit and focus on what colour to take next.

So if you need some stress relief m, grab one of those books and start colouring one of its gorgeous print.

Hugs ❤