Practicing playfulness

Even Puppy gets playful

Every creator needs play time.

You need to get your laugh on — you need to get your quirky on — you need a moment of whee as often as you can get it. 

Mozart seemed to be in some kind of impish frolic for much of his time away from the piano. 

Can your creativity afford to be dragged down by too much weightiness?

Can mine?

I need a play practice!


Just as I maintain a (very short) morning yoga practice — and a hyper-burst creative practice — and a meditation practice — I need a play practice.

What is the point of existence if it becomes too ponderous —

We’ve got a dog and a kid — I’m going to mimic them until it takes.

For you 

Evan Griffith
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