Women have super powers. They're what help us get out of bed in the morning and are what keep us here - living, breathing, reaching out, and keeping on. We are truly limitless! However, sometimes we need gentle reminders.
My latest endeavor, as if getting this website off the ground wasn't enough....is Color Joy! Color Joy is a subscription that provides you with 30 themed coloring pages each month to help save time, have fun, and ease stress and anxiety.
I'm your Color Joy guide because as the saying goes, "I've been and there and done that!"
I lovingly refer to my colorists as JoyWriters and invite you to see what they have to say about Color Joy coloring books below!
“I love these Color Joy coloring pages. Laura Lee calls them anxiety-busting, and that’s exactly what they are! As a teacher, wife, and mother, who also has a side hustle, I don’t have much time to myself however, I can take these with me anywhere and spend some time unwinding from my busy day and ready to take on the evening!”
~ Kristen W
“I printed several copies for my kids, my husband, and for me. We had great quality time coloring together as a family before bed. Bedtime was easier. I don’t know if it’s because I was more relaxed, or the kids were. Thank you, Laura Lee.”
“I work two jobs and my boyfriend works long hours. Between the two of us we have 9 children! Laura Lee’s coloring books are a great way for me to unwind for a few minutes during my breaks and at home at the end of the day. The kids notice that I’m much calmer and less likely to bark orders. They even asked to start coloring with me, so it’s become a family affair.”
“As someone who has a full-time job, a part-time job, and an entrepreneur trying to get my new business going, all while taking care of a household that includes my husband, two children, and fur children, I can honestly say that I’m glad Laura Lee introduced me to adult coloring. I can easily carve out a few minutes for self-care, here and there, and I believe that my family is able to get the best of me instead of the ‘what’s left of me’”
~ Kendra S