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How bright colors can help your mood

#MentalHealthMonday.Let's talk about how bright colors can help your mood. This picture was taken a few years ago during the winter when I was living in Ohio. It was dark and dreary and cold for months. I CRAVED color. So I made sure I surrounded myself with it, like when I went to a painting class and created this bright piece..I infused color everywhere I could - whether it was the calendar above my desk filled with blues and greens, a pop of red in my normally black and gray winter wardrobe, or a violet candle I lit every night at home. It's actually why my I Choose Beauty brand and products are filled with bright colors. They just make me feel good. .I've seen a few articles about the science of how seeing colorful objects triggers something in the brain that causes a sense of happiness. It makes sense to me. I know when I'm in a dark place, bright colors are like a burst of light washing over me..Have you noticed how color affects your mood? Tell me in the comments!.And if you want more information on how to be mentally healthy, check out some proven tools to help you feel more hopeful from my partner @MentalHealthAmerica. Just click on the link in my bio and go to the "Mental Health America" button. As always, reach out to me anytime. xxoo..........#ichoosebeauty #mentalhealth #mentalillness #mentalwellness #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthsupport #depressionrecovery #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthblog #mentalhealthblogger #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthwarrior #fightintheopen #mentalhealthamerica #arttherapy #colortherapy #brightcolors #selfcarefirst #selfcarematters #moodbooster #feelgoodvibes

Let’s talk about how bright colors can help your mood. This picture was taken a few years ago during the winter when I was living in Ohio. It was dark and dreary and cold for months. I CRAVED color. So I made sure I surrounded myself with it, like when I went to a painting class and created this bright piece.

I infused color everywhere I could – whether it was the calendar above my desk filled with blues and greens, a pop of red in my normally black and gray winter wardrobe, or a violet candle I lit every night at home. It’s actually why my I Choose Beauty brand and products are filled with bright colors. They just make me feel good.

I’ve seen a few articles about the science of how seeing colorful objects triggers something in the brain that causes a sense of happiness. It makes sense to me. I know when I’m in a dark place, bright colors are like a burst of light washing over me. Have you noticed how color affects your mood?

If you want more information on how to be mentally healthy, check out some proven tools to help you feel more hopeful from my partner, Mental Health America. And as always, reach out to me anytime. xxoo

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