Feeding Your Soul with Fun
“The right use of leisure is no doubt a harder problem than the right use of our working hours.” ~~ Dean Inge
What would life be like if we didn’t have fun? If we didn’t laugh? If we didn’t play? Unfortunately, few people report that they make time for leisure, and even fewer can remember what last made them laugh. As our society becomes more advanced or modernized, our ideas of fun and leisure lose their purity and are replaced by less fulfilling tasks.
The article below encourages you, as an adult, to relearn how to play. The serious nature of the human condition often dims our inner light—the joy of our soul. By exploring the recreational branch of health more intentionally, you can re-ignite that light, and become much more vibrant, playful, and satisfied in daily life.
Speaking of learning to feed your soul-- don’t forget to register for my workshop, Recipe for Radiance
, which is scheduled for March 5th. During this one-day retreat, I’ll give you the formula for mastering self-care and help you re-prioritize YOU
on your quest to optimal health.
Also—my Reclaim your Greatness in the Splendor of Sedona and the Grand Canyon
Soul Health Journey is right up your alley if travel feeds your soul. Take a look at my video
and check out my website
for more information.
Spring is the perfect time to “fertilize” your life. Make a plan for fun and leisure so you can nourish your soul’s garden!
In shared light,
Katherine T. Kelly