Learning to laugh at myself

Introducing more fun to my life is something I saw great benefit for, but when it came down it to it, I literally brought the corporate to home.

I wonder how it must look to a six year old whose main joy was to express herself completely in the moment.

Turns out it wasn’t so difficult. I am not the next Miss Fun on the block or Miss life-of-the-party, but fun starts quite easily. It starts with learning to make fun of myself. To not take myself so seriously, I then not turn those around me so seriously.

I think, this is a step in the more (relaxed) direction. And a step to letting my children express who they want to be.

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