Practice mindfulness with this beautiful book of angels from your favourite Pre-Raphaelite paintings. Set out as line drawings for you to adorn to create your own fantasy visions.

Colouring isn’t just for kids.

According to clinical psychologist Scott M. Bea, PsyD, it can help us relax by refocussing our attention.

“Adult colouring requires modest attention focused outside of self-awareness, Dr. Bea says. “It’s a simple activity that takes us outside ourselves in the same way, cutting the lawn, knitting or taking a Sunday drive can all be relaxing.”

In a 2006 study, researchers found that mindfulness art therapy for women with cancer helped to significantly decrease the symptoms of physical and emotional distress during their treatment. Art therapy has also been helpful to people coping with other conditions, including depression, anxiety, addictions and trauma.