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Cheaper Than Therapy



Written by: Lisa Cronin, Visitor Services Associate

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As a child, do you remember the excitement of getting a new coloring book and box of crayons? Wasn’t it fun spending time absorbed in color selection and creativity? As an adult does work, meetings, traffic, bills etc… leave you feeling stressed? Interested in getting to get a little peace and serenity back into your life? Have you ever thought about coloring again as an adult? Coloring is a simple inexpensive way to relieve stress. It allows you to refocus attention on something completely different. The Calm, Just Add Color, Color Me Stress Free, and Secret Garden adult coloring books are featured at the Cummer Shop. These reasonable priced books offer an enticing range of gorgeous designs and scenes and are an inexpensive way to rejuvenate and add tranquility back into your life. Explore for yourself the benefits of putting pencil (or crayon) to paper and channeling your day to day stresses into a satisfying creative environment. Stop by the Cummer Shop to purchase your copy or reserve copies by calling 904.899.6035 or emailing

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