Sometimes she worked so hard it felt like her get-up-and-go had got-up-and-gone. But inside of her was the vibrant child she had been. So she decided to let her come out and play. – Queenisms™
Nothing can convince us that it’s ever too late to create a happy life. We are convinced that practicing happiness is the key to creating that happy life. When the daily grind of adulthood starts to wear on you and the responsibilities seem overwhelming, good old fashioned play may be the answer to sagging optimism. Play doesn’t have to involve equipment or extended time away. Play can be as simple as singing a song, talking a walk, sitting under a tree, coloring, skipping, reading a good book or a long phone call with an old friend. Play is restorative. Play is important. Play is a reminder that we have a childlike core and the ability to experience joy and lightness is accessible to us with practice. Let’s practice.