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8 Easy Ways to Add Colour To Your Everyday Life (Backed by Science)!



Step into a world where the ordinary transforms into the extraordinary, where colours weave a tapestry of joy and creativity through the fabric of our everyday lives. Envision a workspace that is not just a place of tasks but a canvas of inspiration, a dining experience that is a feast for both the palate and the eyes, and a dance session where vibrant outfits become a collective celebration of life itself. Are you intrigued?

Join me on an immersive and detailed journey, where exciting ideas backed by science and interwoven with delightful stories await, ready to reshape the way you perceive and experience the world around you.


1. Create a Colourful Workspace:


Delve into the findings of the University of Texas, where research uncovers that a colourful workspace goes beyond visual appeal; it significantly enhances creativity and productivity. Discover the nuances, such as the colour blue boosting creativity and red enhancing attention to detail. Transform your workspace into a dynamic canvas of inspiration by introducing colourful stationery and organizers. Elevate your work from a mundane task to a joyful and enriching experience.


Source: University of Texas Study on Colour and Creativity

Read my blog 'How Colour Affects Your Mood and Happiness!' for in-depth analysis & knowledge on Colour Psychology.

2. Cook Colourful Meals:

Beyond the aesthetic allure, colourful meals offer a treasure trove of health benefits, as revealed by a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Immerse yourself in the details of how a diet rich in colourful fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of chronic diseases. Experiment with a diverse range of ingredients to craft not only visually stunning dishes but also to enhance your overall well-being.


Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition


3. Explore Nature's Colours:


Unlock the scientifically proven benefits of time spent in nature, as recommended by the American Heart Association. Dive into the details of how engaging in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity outdoor activities per week can actively reduce stress and elevate your mood. Whether it's a colourful stroll in the park, a hike through nature's palette, or immersing yourself in the hues of a garden, discover the refreshing and revitalizing experiences awaiting you.


Source: American Heart Association


4. DIY Art and Crafts:


Embark on creative projects that extend beyond mere aesthetics, guided by insights from the National Endowment for the Arts. Delve into the therapeutic effects on stress levels, discovering how DIY projects, such as painting flowerpots or creating tie-dye masterpieces, offer not just art but a therapeutic escape, allowing you to infuse joy into your daily life.


Source: National Endowment for the Arts


5. Take Street Photographs:


Explore the positive emotions triggered by colourful visuals, as uncovered by a study in the Journal of Consumer Research. Immerse yourself in the details of how capturing vibrant street art, eye-catching storefronts, or plated masterpieces during your day can significantly boost your mood and deepen your appreciation for the beauty surrounding you.


Source: Journal of Consumer Research


6. Colourful Reading List:


Unlock the cognitive benefits of a colourful bookshelf, as suggested by research from Stanford University. Explore the details of how reading about different worlds and cultures stimulates cognitive abilities. Pick up books with colourful covers or vibrant themes, embarking on a journey that marries imagination with knowledge.


Source: Stanford University Research


7. Dance with Colour:


Indian Dancer in a traditional outfit

Dive into the joy of dance, not just as a form of expression but as a calorie-burning activity, as highlighted by the American Council on Exercise. Explore the details of how an hour of dancing can burn up to 400 calories. Join virtual or local dance sessions, adorned in your most colourful attire, and let dance become not just a celebration of joy but also a path to fitness.


Source: American Council on Exercise


8. Dress According to Your Mood:


Uncover the psychological impact of clothing choices on mood, as confirmed by a study in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Delve into the details of how expressing yourself through outfits based on your emotions for the day turns your wardrobe into a dynamic canvas for self-expression and positive vibes.


Source: Journal of Experimental Social Psychology


Bonus Point:

Join London Colour-Walk.

A Colour Walk is a gathering of creative people who love colour and dressing up. There are no rules.

Happens every 3rd Thursday at Old Spitalfields Market from 1pm onwards. Just come and join us to find your community. Or, if you live far from London, find your local Colour-Walk and join for fun. If you do not have one, why don't you start one...!

Four people smiling in colourful outfits
London Colour-Walk December 2023



These colourful ideas, meticulously backed by science and intertwined with captivating stories, are crafted to breathe life into your routine. They are designed to transform the mundane into a celebration of joy and creativity. Share your thoughts below and feel free to suggest even crazier ideas for spreading joy through colours.


Wishing you a vibrant and joy-filled journey!


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