I think I need to have more fun.

Sure, I like my job (it is Plan A).
I love my family.
I adore my dog (warning: that's a really cute video of my dog snorgling the cat).

But I'm sort of…serious. Hard-working. Disciplined.
And these are all admirable qualities.

But not always fun.

So I'm on a mission (not a mission from God, just a regular ol' mission).
A mission to have more fun.
A mission to have fun everyday.

In this spirit, I'm laughing at myself.
I'm having great conversations.
I'm spending more time IdeaStorming (yes, it's work, but it's so fun).

And I'm celebrating.

Because 1 year ago, on July 1st, I started this adventure of full-time fiber artist and pink-haired entrepreneur.

I'm celebrating by doing what I love: talking to people.
Talking to YOU.

On July 1st, I'm going to hold a little party and you are invited!

Join me for a live Q+A session on the phone (sign up here to get the call details)  and on Twitter (use tag #askthechicken to ask your questions).

But what else is fun?

What do you do for fun? Share it in the comments, or on Twitter by using #funeveryday.
If you want to see what I'm doing for fun, check out #funeveryday and add your own fun!

4 Comments on Fun. Everyday.

  1. Kim Werker
    June 23, 2010 at 6:15 pm (9 years ago)

    In the shower this morning (great minds think alike today!), I decided to try out doing a craft hour every day. Maybe right after lunch. I want to prioritize making stuff, and I'm often not very productive at work right after lunch, anyway. So, fun crafty times!

  2. courtney johnston
    June 23, 2010 at 6:24 pm (9 years ago)

    that dog snorgling business was the total highlight of my day! ridculously adorable.

  3. KelleBelleCa
    June 23, 2010 at 7:19 pm (9 years ago)

    Loved the video of the dog snorgling the cat, so cute! I wish my cat liked the dog more, the dog loves her. But then the cat doesn't really like anyone… she barely tolerates me! Making time for fun/craft/creativity every day is a great idea; not just, “I need to work on my shawl/sweater/sock tonight,” but putting aside time to enjoy the moment in whatever you choose to do. Great reminder!