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When You Start Recognizing That You're Having Fun, Life Can Be Delightful - Jane Birkin

When You Start Recognizing That You’re Having Fun, Life Can Be Delightful – Jane Birkin

If you’re anything like me, you might stress easily about day-to-day plans and interruptions that come your way. I like to be organized and feel like I’m in control of what’s going to happen, which let’s be honest, is not a realistic goal. And this may be for the best because if we are busy trying to control everything, is there room left to have fun?

At times, I feel myself going through the motions of the day, planning out what is happening next and how to be most efficient. And then I stop myself. Because going through the day without remembering to cherish the good moments and thinking of ways to have fun is not a way I want to live.

Don’t forget to take a step outside of your daily life and reflect on how you feel. Are you where you want to be right now? And are you having fun? If the answers are no, it may be time to look into some possible adjustments. If the answer is yes, make sure to focus on savoring that feeling of fun and silliness. It’s one of the reasons why life is worth living.

When You Start Recognizing That You’re Having Fun, Life Can Be Delightful – Jane Birkin
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4 comments

  1. I’m a 61 year old full of fun and silliness. Who had people dancing in the airport to a Bruno Mars song? We were not put here to suffer in my opinion. Dance through the pain [if you’re feeling any – psychic or otherwise], and get down and get a funky with the fun that can be found in enjoying each rhythmic breath.

  2. This is so true, especially when it comes to parenting! If we take a step back and stop being the “boss” we can actually get down on the floor and have fun with the kids. I sometimes forget but it’s important to see things from their perspective and not micromanage them too much.
    I’m starting to realize there is no point to planning out every day because they will definitely make sure something different will happen. But if I look back I usually realize we had more fun when everyone was happy.

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