When Do You Feel Free?
If you're American, you might be feeling a little more free on Monday.
But Americans are not alone in cherishing freedom. Right now, people are fighting for it all around the world.
In the Middle East, people are striving to practice religious and cultural beliefs without fear of retaliation. In Europe, there are countries trying to free themselves from crippling national debt. And here in the U.S., citizens are fighting for the right to express identities that don't fit into traditional gender roles or sexual orientations.
The desire for freedom is universal. And yet, we often have a hard time honoring each other's rights.
But there is a place where we can all taste freedom—even in the midst of challenges. It's a place most of know but may not have visited for a long time.
We find our freedom when we find our inner playground.
The drive to play is as strong as the drive to be free and, luckily, these drives are mutually supportive. Playfulness naturally liberates joy and frees us to express our most authentic selves, which we explore in this month's blog
and experienced first-hand in our Sol Camp for Grown Ups
in June (check out our photo album below!).
Need more convincing?
We invite you to read the feature article below, "All Work and No Play?,"
to learn how play practitioners like The Fun Conspiracy are helping individuals and organizations rediscover the power of play.
Need a little help finding your fun?
Our playful life coaching sessions
and leadership playshops
can help you experience more freedom, well-being and joy in all aspects of your life.
Email us to learn more!
Ginny and Jen
The Fun Conspiracy