If you have trouble turning "off" at the end of the work day, consider adding an end-of-day ritual to your schedule. Whether reading, cooking, or coloring—doing a little something for pleasure can help you wrap up your day on a positive note.
We tapped a few of our favorite designers and illustrators to share a free, plant-themed coloring page for you. (Want to say thanks? Give them a follow on Instagram—your feed will thank you!)
Aisha Richardson, @wearesagekind
Aisha Richardson is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, designer, and plant mom. By day, she designs clothing and textiles. But on nights, weekends, and every moment in-between, she puts her energy into her small but mighty business, Sagekind—inspired by plants and the people who love them. Follow @wearesagekind for more.
Sara Boccaccini Meadows, @boccaccinimeadows
Sara Boccaccini Meadows, originally from the rolling hills of the Peak District in England, now works in Brooklyn as a print designer and illustrator. She takes inspiration from nature and the tiny details into her everyday surrounds to create unique and quirky plant illustrations, just like the indoor jungle page above. Follow @boccaccinimeadows for more.
Holly Jolley, @holly_jolley_
Holly Jolley is a Chilean-British illustrator and designer based in Santiago. Her work includes fashion and editorial illustration, quirky portraits, books, bad poetry, and silly animals wearing boots (yes, please). When not working, she enjoys painting for pleasure, reading, and enjoying a cup of tea. Follow @holly_jolley_ for more.
Laura Garcia Serventi, @art_n_people
Laura Garcia Serventi is an Argentinian painter and illustrator based in Brooklyn. Her paintings, deeply inspired by her love of the botanical world, are related to the memories of her childhood spent in Buenos Aires. Always evolving, her work ranges from large, scaled original paintings to affordable art prints, stationary products, and collaborations with fashion brands. Follow @art_n_people for more.
Lillian Farag, @lillianfarag
Lillian Farag is a free-form artist who is always exploring new mediums. Her love for all things playful and expressive grows from her connection with nature and the shapes, colors, and textures found in everyday life. You can also find her recent pattern collaborations at Anthropologie, Target, Barnes & Noble, and Papyrus. Follow @lillianfarag for more.