How to Have Fun with Life

How to Have Fun with Life

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: M. Davis

Founder & Owner of: Clear Dope

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer

Remember when you were a child, how much fun you had.Everything was playful and interesting. Nothing was that serious, you didn’t care.. And what’s there to care about, your main goal was to have fun, to play with life, because that’s why we are here on this planet. We are here to enjoy the life, it’s just a playground. Every child knows it. We can’t teach it to little human beings, because there’s nothing to teach, we all know it deep in our hearts. But as we grow older, we tend to forget it and I’m here to remind you something.

Bring Out Your Inner Child

Go out in the world with mind of a little child. Be a child. Do something ridiculous, something only a child does. Go on a playground and have fun. Do something you did when you were a kid. It will bring back some good memories and you will feel ridiculously good.

Try Out Something New

Do something you have never done before. You will never know how much fun you can have if you don’t try it out. We can’t know if we will like it, if we don’t actually try it out. Always try to do something different, so you don’t get caught on the same line.

Practice Indifference

What I mean by that is; practice to not care. Not caring, confidence is just a practice. Build it like a muscle. Practice the feeling of it. When something bad happens, act like you don’t care, act like you are totally fine with it and then focus on having fun, because that’s why we are here.

Article Credits: M. Davis

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Writing, Travel Bloggers & More)

42 thoughts on “How to Have Fun with Life”

  1. Bringing out our inner child is very difficult nowadays when people jugde you by the way you act and behave in front of other people, but at the end, it only matters how happy you feel when doing it! Great blog!

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  4. Great read!

    These are all things I’ve tried, and highly recommend 🙂 Particularly the “not caring” part. While I still try to carry a basic level of empathy and concern for others, it was getting to a point I put myself in other people’s shoes all the time. Always concerned over what they were feeling and thinking, about me and other things.

    Being mindful and more importantly, focusing on myself, allowed me to reflect on the way I was living my life. This really does work.

    Thank you so much for sharing. 🙂


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