As the holiday season approaches, allow yourself to be festive. Balance the challenges and disappointments of this year with joy. Create an intention to enjoy yourself throughout the holidays – better than you ever have before. Although there may be limitations and this year will be different than previous years, you can still find fun and laughter in new places. Be creative and intentional. Be kind to yourself. Have a good time!
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Fun is as much a part of balance as sleep is. Giving fun priority in your life has all kinds of benefits – relaxation, enjoyment, release of stress and joy.
What do you do for fun? If your answer is not easy to come by or you have not had fun in awhile, create a fun challenge. For a period of a month, do at least one thing a week that is major fun for you. When you finish the challenge you will find yourself refreshed, you’ll know what it is that brings you fun and your outlook on life will brighten!
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Did the title of this post have you answering “yes” or “no”? Did it make you laugh? Fun can be in short supply with the pace of life today. You have to make a conscious effort to make fun a regular part of your life.
What is fun for you? Are you making it an important part of your life? When is the last time you had fun?
Don’t relegate fun only to vacation times or even weekends. Have fun every day and you will reap the benefits in your productivity, happiness and enjoyment of life.
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Every once in a while, you must let it all go. Even if just for a day, let go of your worries, anger, stress, upset and to-do list and make some fun. When you return to your life, you will have created a shift in perspective and be more relaxed and positive.
Getting out of your box and having fun are necessary for your balance and productivity. When will you have some fun and let it all go? And then….. when will you do it again?
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Fun actually can enhance your performance at work. Do you build opportunities to have fun into your workday? Fun reduces stress. Fun fuels your creativity and imagination and improves your mental health.
Why has fun been written out of many workdays? The reason could be that stress has taken over. We are much too serious. We drive ourselves very hard, to the exclusion of balance.
Could you use more fun in your workday? What can you do to create it?
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Fun is defined as enjoyment, amusement or lighthearted pleasure. How often do you think of fun when you measure the level of balance in your life?
If fun has gone missing for you, putting it back in the balance will make a positive difference. What do you do for fun? If you have trouble answering this, time to find it again. Fun provides relief from the more serious aspects of life, boosts your creativity and makes life better all-around.
What will you do for fun this week?
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