Permission to Play: Taking Time to Celebrate and Enjoy Life

Permission to Play: Taking Time to Celebrate and Enjoy Life

by Jill Murphy Long
     
 

From the author of Permission to Nap comes another reason to relax and have fun.
Permission to Play encourages women to carve out the time in their busy lives for fun, whether it's sports, crafts and other creative activities, or card and board games. When we play, we relax, we feel silly, we rejoice and we may just get in better shape.
Full of whimsical

Overview

From the author of Permission to Nap comes another reason to relax and have fun.
Permission to Play encourages women to carve out the time in their busy lives for fun, whether it's sports, crafts and other creative activities, or card and board games. When we play, we relax, we feel silly, we rejoice and we may just get in better shape.
Full of whimsical ideas, fun tips and useful, nothing-but-enjoyable activities you may never have thought of, plus encouragement to make this essential happiness ingredient a part of your life, Permission to Play includes many ways to just let loose.
o Find the time in a busy schedule, motivate yourself and convince those around you how important it is to play.
o Age is irrelevant; it's never too late to take up a new activity or return to a sport you used to enjoy. From bicycling to rugby to rock climbing, get out there and get moving. You'll look and feel great.
o Watch your kids to get great play ideas. They're always coming up with something and will be thrilled to have you playing with them.
o Let your mind play as you create something (whether it be pottery, sculpture, painting or crochet); explore the different mediums, colors, textures and new ideas. You can even just finger paint or create mud pies. Who says it has to be art?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781570719394
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
04/01/2003
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
7.09(w) x 7.03(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Jill Murphy Long is a certified yoga instructor, athlete, ski instructor and professional writer. She held the positions of partner and creative director/copywriter for ten years at Murphy & Watt Advertising Agency, owned The Ad Group, and worked for Foote, Cone and Belding, ADWEEK, and the Advertising Center. She holds a B.A. in Communications and resides in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with her husband Greg and daughter Brittany Christine. Read more about Jill and her Permission books at permissionbooks.com.

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