Honor your inner child

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Honor your inner child: connect with your playful, creative, inquisitive, and curious self. If you’ve lost sight of this part of you, look for opportunities to express yourself again. If you never had a chance to be a child when you were young, you can do it now in appropriate ways and places.

Play games, do sports, tell bad jokes, laugh until milk comes through your nose. Buy some colored markers or crayons and a poster board and draw. Put rubber boots on and walk through puddles. Throw rocks into a lake. Collect leaves in autumn. Build sand castles. Do it by yourself or with a playful friend or with a child. Connect with your true, pure spirit and see what you discover about yourself.


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