Tag: games

Surviving Holiday Gatherings

Fun Tips for Surviving Holiday Gatherings

Putting the “FUN” back in Family Dysfunction by Ginny Hunneke It’s that time again! Plans for holiday festivities are well underway as we add parties to our calendars, shop, and plan travel and family gatherings. For many, the planning and prep is the fun part while the family part can be a bit of a challenge. Others may be totally…

Love and Play at Work

by Ginny Hunneke As Valentine’s Day approaches with all the rosey, chocolatey, kissey embellishments, are you thinking about your significant other—Work? We didn’t think so! (at least not in that context) It may be a stretch to consider Work as a significant other. Yet, most people with full-time jobs actually spend more time with Work than with their spouses, partners,…

Toilet Paper Fashion Show

Healthy Aging and the Fountain of Youth

Playing Hide & Seek With Your Inner Child Did you know that on average, small children laugh over 300 times a day! Those laughs are reduced to a mere 20 times a day by the time we reach adulthood. If laughter really is the best medicine, why aren’t adults laughing more? Recently, we had the opportunity to explore the relationship between play and…

Flow Quote by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Going with the Flow

Lessons from a Koosh Ball by Jennifer Maurer This year, the Easter Bunny left Koosh balls in my teenage daughters’ Easter basket. You might be asking why teenage girls still believe in the Easter Bunny, but their mother is a fun coach, and there is an Easter egg hunt involved in this myth. Enough said. The colorful, squishy Koosh balls…