Schedule time for fun: She says to start with just 30 minutes a week and she tells us that having fun on your calendar can help you better understand why you are making other choices about how you spend your time. She feels making a schedule for fun can help you better understand our priorities and will shed light on what we are actually filling our days with.
Find joy in being an amateur: Annie says it is great to be new at something and while we might have to be a professional in our career, that someone should never fear being new or not great when it comes to a hobby or interest.
Pick a hobby that is personal to you: She suggests being picky with how you spend your free time and selecting something that truly matters to you can end up changing your life or even your career.
Take time to rest: Annie says if you are tired and not rested the fun parts of life -- and not work -- are the first things to be canceled or called off. But if you are rested, you can ensure you will also make time to do the things you enjoy. "Make space to rest intentionally, so you can have fun intentionally," she says.
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