At one time or another, I’m sure that every parent has ordered a child to ‘Go Outside and Play’.
Translation: stop whining, get some fresh air, and work off some of that misdirected energy.
What if we took that advice to heart ourselves? What if outside meant more than just outdoors?
Suppose outside meant outside our cares, outside our concerns, outside our everyday habits of life and work.
And what if play meant more than riding a bike or kicking a ball?
What if play meant entertaining new ideas, connecting with new people, or trying new things?
Go ahead. Give yourself permission to go outside and play this week!
- What threshold will you step over?
- What world will you explore?
- What difference could it make to your well-being?
News Notes: Big thanks to the 425 of you who have invested the time and responded to the Survey On Malaise. I’ve taken a peak at a few of the early comments and am excited about analyzing the results.
If you’ve been meaning to weigh in, but you’ve been suffering a bit of malaise or overload in your world, there is still time to express your opinions. Survey closes April 30th. So hop on over today and share your views.
PS – You are most welcome to share the link with colleagues or friends whom you think might also have some valuable input or appreciate a chance for some guided reflection on the concept of malaise.
Gift her with copies of Press Pause…Press On and Press Pause…Think Again. She’ll appreciate the inspiration and remember your thoughtfulness as she makes her way through the easy reading pages. Each book features 64 of the most impactful Pause messages interspersed with quotes, anecdotes and
sketches as well.
This link will take you to more complete info on the books, including sample excerpts. On the info page, the Duo Deal#1 link will let you place your order for the twins.
PS – For every order placed before May 10th, I’ll toss in a complimentary copy of the booklet, Take A Break.
This post was written by Pat Katz on April 29, 2015