Create beautiful cubicle decor and reduce work-related stress in the process.
People who work in office settings know how trying it can sometimes be. Sure you’re not putting out fires or performing intricate surgery where even the tiniest oversight can mean life or death but office work can nevertheless come fully equipped with its own unique assortment of stress-related deplorables. An upcoming presentation or performance review can bring out an uncontrollable case of the jimmy legs while being left out of the gossip loop (wasn’t this supposed to end in high school?) makes enemies out of everyone and can have you spending most of the day taking refuge in the relative safety your cubicle.
If you ever find that anxiety on the job has got your desk covered in a lush pasture of freshly pulled-out hair you might consider using an adult coloring book to take the edge off.
No, these are not activity books with lewd images for highly specialized pervs with a colorful artistic flair. They are simply coloring books that are suitable for grown ups. Instead of Bambi or Winnie the Pooh, you get a workbook full of decorative patterns and creative designs that you can bring to vibrant life using whatever colors suit your fancy.
Stop taking your anger out on innocent co-workers.
Featuring soothing illustrations such as fluttering butterflies, dainty wildflowers and enchanting tangled gardens these sophisticated art books are designed to free your mind from irritation and put you in a more relaxed state. Some are centered around practical pearls of wisdom like “Enjoy the Moment” or “Be the Awesome You Wish to See in the World”, and engage the tremendous power of positive thought. Others are more humorous in nature, like the Release Your Anger series that lets you take your frustrations out on the page instead of some unfortunate soul that just happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
The cool thing about this flavor of stress-relief is that you end up with a stunning piece of artwork. If you’d like to get into DIY cubicle decor but can’t quite muster up the creative confidence, this can be a great way to get your feet wet. Most books also have perforated pages that let you neatly tear off your dazzling masterpiece for proud display on your cubicle wall.
Get the tools, and get to work!
Of course, you will need tools to do the actual coloring. The type you use is entirely up to you. Colored pencils or pastels will provide a subtle, humble appearance while markers will scream out loud and draw all eyes to your cube. If you’re feeling extra spunky you can use oil paints or water colors. Gel pens are perhaps the most popular choice because they have sharp durable tips, providing a smooth, accurate and consistent application. The Gelmushta gel pen set gives you a whopping 120 colors to choose from, claim a longer ink life and dry quickly for a smear-free experience.