There’s a lot of truth in the old proverb: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy."
Fun is a serious business! This may sound paradoxical but fun plays an important role in achieving your goals and contributing you’re your overall wellbeing!
Fun is food for the brain and the senses, and can reduce stress, enhance creativity, encourage motivation and improve relationships.
This month we’re sharing tips and tools on how to introduce fun into your life.
We need fun and play at work. It’s essential to help us stay emotionally connected and engaged, to feel part of the team, blow off steam and to create experiences. Here are five fantastic ways to introduce fun into your workplace.
If you spot someone having fun at work, they might be the ones to target for ideas! Here are several reasons why laughing and having fun at work might be linked with creativity and innovation.
Ever started to feel worried and nervous when things settle down and stillness descends? There’s a reason why – this Book of Life article explains all.
What if raising truly empowered girls also means raising funny ones? What if we teach our daughters that humour is their turf just as much as it is for any boy? After all, humour conveys intelligence and confidence, and can turn awkward elevator silence into a golden moment of human connection. This insightful article explores this subject.
You know how important being upbeat, optimistic and downright happy is to your well-being. So how can you stay that way around negative people? The bottom line, as this article explores, is that you’re responsible for and in control of your own happiness.
tell your story
At a recent workshop in Glasgow last month Brendon Rowe spoke about how important it is to tell your story to make change, boost participation, share your achievements and generally spread the feel-good vibes! In this guide, we will look at how and why you should look at storytelling within your organisation.
The iPhone is an incredible tool, but most of us use our phones as a life-shortening distraction device! However, if you take the time to follow the steps in this article you’ll be more productive, more focused, and live longer. It’s no joke!
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