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How to have more fun in your life

Here are 6 ways to have more fun in your life… 

1: Laugh to Your Heart’s Content 

If we wake up in a funk, it’s easy to find ourselves in a 
bummer of a mood that is hard to shake off. Start your 
day by reading funny comics in your newspaper or watching 
a quick video on YouTube that puts a smile on your face.  

  1. Change Your Morning Routine

Add a nice splash of variety to your life by switching up 
your morning routine. Do you usually eat breakfast at the 
table? Take your breakfast out to the porch and listen to 
the birds sing. Do you typically start your day by working 
out at the gym? Take your training outdoors by running 
sprints on a nature trail or track. 

  1. Sing in the Shower

Belt out a song from your favorite Broadway musical during 
your morning shower if you want to instantly feel better. 

  1. Listen to Nature Sounds

Go outside and listen to the crickets chirping, birds singing 
and wind blowing. Focus really hard and be amazed by the 
beautiful nature sounds that you’ve been too busy to notice. 

  1. Join a Club

Are you a new mom, a pet-lover, a gaming enthusiast, 
or an artist?  

If so, there is a club of people just like you  who would be 
so happy to have you in their life . 

  1. Reconnect with an Old Friend

When life gets busy, it’s easy to lose touch with even the 
best of friends.  

Scan through your contacts until you see a name that 
makes you think, “I wonder what happened to them?” 
Call them to re-connect, and if they are local, make 
plans for next weekend. 

Take Action:  

Try any of these 6 strategies to add more fun to your life.  

At Resilient Minds we help our clients to develop high resilience
so they can perform at high levels on the really important
things in both their work and personal lives. 

Have a great week. 

Jamie Ford
Kim Tay
Thought Leaders in Productivity and Wellbeing

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