• Fe Robinson

Play your day away!

“The opposite of play is not work. It's depression” Brian Sutton-Smith


Neuroscience findings now amply show that play increases the connectivity of our brains, creating more behavioural flexibility and improving our potential for learning. In this context, play means spontaneity, fun and freedom, if you like, the art of mucking about. It’s about laughter, a lack of inhibitions, a willingness to be light and filled with laughter. Not only does it help connectivity, it also feels great and lifts mood.


The question is, how good at playing are you? Can you just let go and be free with those you love and like? If this is not so easy for you, how can you create small opportunities and re-kindle the sense of play you were born with?


How will you play this week?