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Adults Discover Lego Building Is Meditative

Lego is zeroing in on a growing demographic: stressed-out adults. “The 87-year-old Danish company increasingly bills its brightly colored bricks as a way to drown out the noise of the day and perhaps achieve a measure of mindfulness,” according to The Washington Post. “The company’s newest kits — which include the Central Perk cafe from the sitcom ‘Friends’ and a vintage 1989 Batmobile — tap into Gen X nostalgia, while its Ideas and Forma lines are being targeted to adults who want to occupy their hands but keep their minds loosely engaged.”

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