A friend asked me what I do for fun. Such a simple question, yet I had absolutely no idea how to answer her. I'm not even sure I know what fun is anymore. I know what I enjoy doing, such as getting out in Nature where I can feel more at peace, but fun - it involves laughter, a smile you can't shake and, for me, some excitement. I figured it's high time to explore what 'fun' is for me and start making it a part of my life. I'm learning that being so serious all the time does not lead to much fun, nor happiness.
When was the last time you did something fun? Something that you really enjoy that makes you laugh and smile? How often do you have fun? Is it something that you have to schedule into your calendar? Sometimes we forget to have fun in life. We get so caught up in our daily routines or dramas. Maybe there just isn’t time for it. At the end of your days will you think back on all of the bills you paid? Will you think back on all of the errands you ran? Will you think back on how well you lived up to familial and societal demands? Will you possibly feel that maybe you missed out on something while you were busy being that responsible adult?
I love working with kids because with them you get to play, use your imagination and let your creativity flow. They know how to have fun. Perhaps we, as adults, need to relearn that. What does your inner child want to do? Can you imagine if we adults had a daily recess and nap time? I think stress levels would drop considerably. If you’re already having fun, then kudos to you. Shine on. If you're not, don't you think it's time? The following video is a great reminder that no matter your age – you’re never too old to smile, dance, have fun and enjoy life. It’s your life, how do you choose to live it?
Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.