Positive Colors

Color Yourself Happy

Blues are the most soothing of all colors. Just looking at water can calm you

Blues are the most soothing of all colors. Just looking at water can calm you

When the days get longer, you may feel energized enough to wear brighter colors.

Can colors really get you out of a funk?

There is much theory on the power of color.

Warm Colors in the Winter Months

In the winter, many people feel that they need to wear dark colors such as deep purples, grays and blacks, and it seems natural due winter weather and styles!

Wearing Bright Color no matter what the Season!

You may not be in style if you wear cool, bright colors in the winter months, but if they help you to feel better, you should try it out!
Get out your bright colors right  now because they pick up your mood, and put a smile on your face.  The added bonus is that they put smiles on other people too. When you wear brightness, the energy from you and the colors pours out into others’ energy.

Color and Mood

Just looking at bright colors and breathing them in can help with depression.
So get out the oranges, greens and yellows and smile. Feel good in those colors, and they will become part of your mode of operation. People will see your brightness and you will bring a smile to everyone you meet. That will be your gift to others. The gift of joy and love through color.

Joy

Color brings so much joy into life. The color of water is blue, a soothing, loving color. Visualize blue when you are feeling anxious; it is the most calming color to think about.

Calmness helps you to become more positive about life and where you are going. Wear colors to lift your spirit and help you to stay on that positive side of life.

 

Cast your eyes on this beautiful peer scene. Bluer than blue!

Cast your eyes on this beautiful peer scene. Bluer than blue!

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