Life is *Supposed* to be Fun

But in the pursuit of money and titles and likes and comfort, we have forgotten the simple art of having fun.

It's time to change that.

We were born knowing how to have fun. Then somewhere along the way, we learned that fun is child's play. That we had to be serious and successful instead.

We learned that being successful would lead us to happiness. And that we could have fun again when we go on vacation or when we retire.

We were wrong. Fun is the point. And I believe we can learn how to have more of it again.

Why am I doing this?

I’m on a mission to help everyone feel funfilled.

I love doing my part to close the gaps that I see in the world. Right now, the world has a lot of “gaps” and not a lot of solutions. We’re politically and economically divided, facing a mental health and climate crisis, and utterly burnt out. Fun can change that.

I believe by inviting more fun into our lives, we can make this world a better place.

What’s in it for you?

My hope is that the frameworks and resources I provide to help you better understand what fun is will help you have more of it.

Ultimately, I’d love to convince you to prioritize fun in your life and to trust that everything else will fall into place.

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Jen Dyck-Sprout

Hi! I'm Jen, a bridge builder on a mission to unlock human potential by reconnecting us to our true nature.