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Being Emotionally Fit at Work

  One of PlayMore’s 10 areas of Wellbeing is that of mental/emotional wellbeing.  In a nutshell, being balanced in this area means being able to cope with life’s ups and downs, dealing effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships. When we’re emotionally and mentally, we live life with purpose and meaning. We’re able to be [...]

Hell On Wheels

Wheeee!   If you’ve read some of PlayMore’s blog posts, you know we’re all about having a sense of play about…well…everything.  Granted, sometimes playfulness isn’t appropriate; like having a food fight at your great-uncle’s funeral, but for the most part, letting your inner child have some fun has a ton of benefits.  So [...]

How Changeable Are You?

This past week, I was asked to do a seminar on Change Management for a group of managers at a local hospital.  While all experts at their job, I was gob smacked at how little they knew about the process of managing change. While not a certified expert in Change Management (c’mon, I’m only one [...]

5 Habits that Inspire Creative Thinking

As I scoured the internet looking for interesting articles and research on play, creativity and stress reduction, I found this.  It's short, sweet and mentions activities from 5 of PlayMore's 10 Areas of Wellbeing.  They're easy to do and make life that much more fun...oh, and of course, spark creativity!  Enjoy and give 'em a [...]

Meeting “Cute”-7 Meeting Hacks For More Productivity

Are you "meeting" right? When I was a sales manager, I started out having the obligatory Monday morning meetings," to find out what my sales people were up to for the week. It was long. It was boring. It was the wrong way to have a meeting. No one was happy to be [...]

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Why Is It Important to Play?

Do you allow your inner child to come out? (As seen in Corporate Wellness Magazine, June 2017) All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make [...]

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Tanks for the Float

This past weekend, I got to experience a sensory deprivation tank…also called Float Therapy--probably because it sounds a lot nicer than “sensory deprivation.” These things have been around for years. The isolation tank was developed in 1954 by John C Lilly, a medical practitioner and neuropsychiatrist. During his training in psychoanalysis at the US National [...]

Are You Dating Yourself?

My favorite ceramic piece from Bergamot Center's Spring Fling.   I know, I know…you can take that title a few different ways—age, sex-- but in THIS case, I mean actual dating. Taking yourself out for a date. Have you ever done it? Dating can be fun and it can also be uncomfortable, depending [...]

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Are You STILL Using Plastic?

Hi there. I got this little YouTube video today and I want to share it with you. So many of us don't think about what containers our food comes in, what we microwave in, how many canned food products we use, etc. Watch this 5 minute video-it will change the way you do things! https://youtu.be/QuMGc0EswTc [...]

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What’s Your View of Life?

As Dr. Albert Robbins, MD on CSI This past Monday I was at my weekly Toastmasters meeting (a fantastic organization for both self-improvement and networking). It was a special "Speaker Series" evening. The guest was Robert David Hall, an actor best known for his portrayal of coroner Dr. Albert Robbins, MD on CSI. It [...]

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