12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
Discussions
Sioned Bryant
Ways Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
We explore the ways that art can help you on a day-to-day basis in the coming year

It’s the New Year and we’re all back to our respective daily grinds. The past week has been full of conversations regarding new year’s resolutions; back to the gym, reading more books, daily walks etc… We suggest a more creative new year’s resolution: make art a part of your life in any shape or form, and here’s why!

Emotional Regulation

It is no new fact that art can stir powerful emotions, and provoke interest, confusion, sadness and melancholy. Over the past two years, our emotions and well-being have been tested and our limits pushed. Art allows us to tap into complex and subconscious emotions that are perhaps beyond our verbal repertoire, and the act of creating is an activity that allows for a safe space of emotional expression. Sitting down to draw, paint or whatever you like, might just be the quiet activity that you need in 2022 to process whatever the past two years has made you dredge up!

Art connects

Lockdowns may now seem like a distant memory (or nightmare!). However, as countries all over the globe implement the strategy on an ongoing and ever-changing basis, it may be wise to have an activity that has the ability to bond and forge social connectedness. Loneliness is a public health concern in the UK and has been associated with poor health outcomes in adults. It has been demonstrated in scientific literature that engagement in art can improve such health outcomes. Additionally, it provokes improvement in social connectedness via social opportunities, sharing, commonality, belonging and collective understanding. Why not take a look at in-person or online art classes for your new year's resolution this year? If this isn’t your thing, then why not (if you haven't already) download the gowithYamo app and have exhibitions at your fingertips. With the ease of filtering by distance, your favourite medium or artist, art has never been so accessible.  If you check in to exhibitions and collect Yamos, soon enough you could redeem a print from our store and bring the social, cultural and spiritual benefits of art into your home for free!


Self-esteem and Self-confidence

Whether in an individual setting or as part of a group, art has the capability of boosting confidence and laying down the backbone of a healthy self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that when children participate in group art creation, the informal feedback of praise and criticism that is received and given by peers allows children to build respect for themselves and others, teaching them to accept praise and criticism. This benefit is not reserved for children; the pride we instill in our young when we use a magnet to pin up a school drawing on the fridge is available to us all!


These are just some of the boosting beneficial effects of art. We could argue its importance for a thesis but we think these simple 3 points already form a seductive argument. Start your art journey now!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
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