Gaming, Life, Reviews

New Happy Colour App Update with Travelgirl

Hi Everyone,

Two days ago I shared a new app I’m using constantly these two days called Happy Colour. It is an app that allows you to colour various pictures by choosing the given numbers. It is brainless work as it is a great tool to help you de-stress and make you feel like you have accomplished something. I’ve had a stressful few weeks due to work so this app came in handy. I normally while waiting for the bus or on the bus and these two nights while watching tv.

Let me show you some of the finished products below since my last post. There are actually a lot more but decided just to show you a few. Depending on the complexity, each picture will take 15 minutes on average with the longest one taking 30 minutes (lots of details). There are different themes and genres. Each day they provide you with at least 10 new pictures to colour and a special one for each day.


If you have accomplished some milestones, you will get additional pictures to colour just like shown below.


When you start a new picture, you can zoom in to see the numbers associated with the colours below. Just tap the colours and then the number, the section will be coloured. Highly recommend those who want to relax and certainly a task that doesn’t require any thinking and makes you feel like you are a professional artist after each picture is done.


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Life, Reviews

Explore Happy Color App with Travelgirl

Hi Everyone,

I have been really addicted to this new app introduced by a colleague at work. Work hasn’t been the smoothest these few weeks and with the usual home stuff, lots of pressure. So a colleague told me her way to relax in the last few weeks and introduced me to the app Happy Color. I have shared previously I love colouring therefore this app is just right for me, just on the phone.


Unlike colouring books, the app will give you the colours to choose from. As you can see below, this is a blank page. You just pick the numbers for each section and tap that on the screen. It will then colour that part out with the nominated colour.


These games get so addictive. You just want to colour more and more and achieve more complete pieces. Here are some of the pieces I have completed and those waiting to be completed. There are also daily pictures to colour, special occasion ones and some bonus ones if you reach certain achievements. There are literally hundreds of them so this will keep me busy for some time.


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Colour with Travelgirl – New Book with Travel Theme! Yay!

Hi Everyone,

Some of you may know, I love adults colouring books and have two of Joanna Basford’s books, a few random Japanese ones. Two days ago when I was doing my weekly browse at Daiso, I found a new book they have imported from Japan. Check this out!


They have a forest theme and a travel theme. And you guessed it, I have to buy the travel themed one mainly because it suits me but the other is I’ve done enough of Joanna Basford’s garden and forest them books. I was super excited and after the seeing the price, it couldn’t get any better! Let’s check out some of the pages.

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I can’t wait to share some of the finished products with you in the coming weeks (hope I have some time do a few of them). I don’t think I’m a great colouring artist but I do enjoy it a lot and it helps me relax after a long day. Do you have something you enjoy that helps you relax after a long day?

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Life, Photography, travel

Out & About Český Krumlov @ Czech Republic with Travelgirl

Hi Everyone,

Český Krumlov in Czech Republic was a destination that was not part of our original itinerary but in the end, we ended up visiting this beautiful town. There was so much character what you just want to stay there for a few more days to know more about the people and the city. We arrived late afternoon and to our surprise, many shops were already closed so we just walked around the town. Let me share some of the shots we took while on our way to Český Krumlov Castle.


The one thing I’ve noticed about this town was the use of colours on their buildings. Lots of bright and wonderful colours you don’t normally see in Sydney. Another thing I love about the town are the different windows and doors, definitely photo opportunities there!


Doesn’t this Loccitane building look cool? Shame it was closed but we still had to take a shot of it.


Lots and lots of cobblestones so if you have strollers, consider leaving them at home unless you want to risk breaking the wheels (luckily the wheels on ours survived). Many shops were closed on the weekends and some shops even close early during the weekday. I guess because its winter and not many people would be out and about

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