How To Factor In Time For Fun – Thorpe Park Photos









All work and no play, can make for a dull day.

Everyone needs some me time doing things they love, enjoy, and are fun, but what happens when you don’t have time?

The only way you can get time; is by making it. But you can’t make time, I hear you say, it’s not something you can invent – extra time! True, but you can allocate a physical time slot in your diary to do it. In other words, you literally have to factor in time for fun. Whether that is for an hour or two; half day; or whole day, if you are running a tight schedule, it’s imperative you do this, otherwise your fun time will be stressful because you will be worried about all the other stuff you should be doing at that time. You can read more about this in F is for fun, in my Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy To Get Back Into Work – An A-Z ‘How to’ Guide.

When I went to the Success 2016, Business Revolution event, the last day I was in London; I allocated for fun, and went to Thorpe Park – on a self-date of course, and thoroughly enjoyed myself. Which reminds me, if you are single, don’t forget International Celebrate Being Single Day on February 14th – how will you be celebrating?

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3 thoughts on “How To Factor In Time For Fun – Thorpe Park Photos

    1. Hi Ralph, absolutely I did go on lots of rides – including Colossus; a huge roller coaster that goes upside down, on my own – it was a self-date day out. X Going to theme parks is a favourite thing of mine to do x

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