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How to Bring More Fun into Your Everyday Life

How to Bring More Fun into Your Everyday Life

Fun might sound like a luxury, butit is actuallya health imperative. Without it chronic stress can build, wreaking havoc on both your physical and mental health over time. Physically it will lower your immune system, can cause tension, pain, and headaches. Mentally, however, is where the true danger lies.

Almost half of employees in India suffer from either an anxiety disorder or clinical depression. This affects quality of life, productivity, and of course job security. It is a national health issue that is not being addressed nearly enough. Our workers face workweeks of 48-50 hours – ten or less than western nations – and are significantly under paid in comparison. In fact,Indian workers make six times less than Americans do and that is even when you take costof living into consideration.

Bringing fun is the only way to easily boost your wellbeing and reduce stress. It costs very little for employers and can be accomplished

Boost Your Health

It’s hard to have fun when you are too stressed to think of anything but what is causing it, but with the right routines and know-how, you can accomplish it. Start first by improving your sleep cycle. Go to bed early and wake up at the same time every day. Try to get at least eight hours of sleep, and tweak this routine as you need to. Some people might benefit from a bath before bed, others reading. Either way, find the right steps so that every night you can have a deep, and restful sleep.

Follow this up with a healthy breakfast, and try to pack a substantial meal for lunch. This could be done by prepping your meals in advance ahead of the week if needs be. By boosting your baseline health,your body can operate at maximum capacity. Do this first, and all your other fun-boosting strategies will pay off.

Take Good Breaks

By boosting your health, you can reduce stress automatically. After all, a good night’s rest is often exactly what the doctor ordered. Mental fatigue, however, can occur whether you are tired or not. It depends entirely on how varied your work day is. If you tend to do the same thing throughout the day, then your breaks will have to be your saving grace. Play some Unibet live casino on your lunch break, for example, and you can completely distract yourself for a short while, allowing you to return to work fully refreshed and ready to tackle the rest of the day.

Learn Something New

If your work life is rather monotonous,then you need to take your personaladvancement elsewhere. Learn something new, whether it is asking a family member to teach you something, or even taking a class. Either way, by stimulating your brain with new information, you can feel fulfilled and engaged throughout your workweek.

Wellness is so important and can help everyone improve their ability at work and their quality of life at home. Simply follow these three main suggestions and try to find a better work/life balance today to get started.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:

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