Here’s What Happens When We Ask You to Get Creative

Last week, artist SaeleeOh encouraged you to brighten your mood by making some art. Here’s what you came up with. #100StartsWith1

Last week, artist Saelee Oh encouraged you to tap into your creative side to release some stress, brighten your mood, and maybe even make your brain healthier. You responded by sharing some fun and dreamy art.

Check out a few of our favorite creations by clicking through this slideshow. And if you haven’t yet, get some tips from Oh about how to give yourself a nurturing space to encourage you to tap into the loose and intuitive part of your brain that she refers to as being "somewhere between meditation and dreaming." She even has a few DIY drawing templates to help you started.


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