When you were a child what activities fully captured your attention and didn’t let go? Taking the time to play, whether it’s with your kids or by yourself, this time will bring lightness into your life. There’s no end goal, no rules or regulations and no expectations. It’s playing for the sake of playing. Buy a coloring book, and use your crayons outside the lines. Play Monopoly or Jeopardy or Bingo with your family and friends. You can even make game night a weekly or monthly occurrence. Buy a canvas, head to the park and paint your favorite sky-high trees. Turn on your favorite music, and dance away. You can also read your favorite childhood books.
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