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5 Keys To Living A More Fun Life


Have you noticed yourself slipping into a routine lately? Do you look at other people having fun and wonder where the excitement in your life has gone? We all get into comfortable places sometimes and forget that fun is something we need to seek.

There’s no need to worry though, there are tons of easy ways to inject more fun into your life and you won’t need a big savings account to do it. A fun life will have positive effects on your mood, your work, and your relationships so there’s no reason to avoid it.

Read on to discover these five ways to embrace the exciting and fun-filled life you’ve been missing!

1. Reconnect to Things You Love

During childhood and teenage years, our lives were full of adventure, play, and hobbies. As we get older though, we let those things slip because we feel like we should be working, paying bills, and going to the supermarket.

Start a list of all the things you used to love doing. Maybe it was playing tennis with friends. Maybe it was hiking. Perhaps you loved making funny short movies. When you reconnect with all the things you love but have let slip, you’ll be having fun before you know it.

2. Try New Activities

If you never try any more new activities, that means in twenty years you’ll still only be able to do the things you can right now! Learning and trying new things should be top of all our lists for our whole lives.

Look for classes in your local area and sign up for anything that catches your interest or check some cool fun facts. Plenty of arts, sports, and even language courses have free or discounted taster sessions. You don’t have to commit longterm, give new activities a go and see if you like them.

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3. Be Flexible

Do you get stressed when things don’t go as planned? Is it hard to concentrate on a dinner or a movie when you’re thinking about work tomorrow? Try to practice being more flexible.

Some of life’s best adventures and funniest times happen when things don’t go as planned. When unexpected things happen, find the funny side instead of getting stressed. Stay open-minded and curious and remember that laughter is the best medicine.

4. Accept the Possibility of Failure

When you’re afraid of failing at everything from job interviews to baking cookies, you stop trying and stay in your comfort zone. But that’s not where the fun happens!

There is no such thing as perfect and failures are simply learning experiences. Jump into things understanding that if you ‘fail’, you’ll have learned something in the process. Once your learn to overcome failure, it will loosen you up and allow you to have fun experimenting.

5. Make More Time for Friends

Friends are important for your health and well being, so make time for them. Throw a themed dinner party or do something hilarious like booking an escape room. No matter how old you are, you’ll have so much fun solving the puzzles and racing against the clock.


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