50 Ways to Rediscover Your Inner Child – Enjoy!

1.   Smile at a child/baby.

2.   Play with a child/baby.

3.   Talk to a child/baby.

4.   Play with a puppy.

5.   Roll on the floor with your dog.

6.   Play with your friends.

7.   Reconnect with childhood friends.

8.   Celebrate with friends and family.

9.   Give presents.

10. Be curious.

11. Go exploring.

12. Get lost.

13. Go swimming.

14. Play on the beach.

15. Play with freshly cut grass.

16. Run through the woods.

17. Lie on the ground and look up at the sky.

18. Walk through piles of autumn leaves.

19. Splash through puddles.

20. Play outside in the rain.

21. Make a snow angel.

22. Feed fish/ducks.

23. Climb a tree.

24. Eat chocolates.

25. Eat ice cream.

26. Lick your fingers.

27. Be silly.

28. Be amazed.

29. Act on impulse.

30. Laugh uncontrollably.

31. Watch old cartoons.

32. Watch children’s programmes.

33. Watch children’s movies.

34. Watch a live magic show.

35. Go to an amusement park.

36. Go on a roller coaster.

37. Paint/draw.

38. Write a poem/story.

39. Tell someone a story.

40. Dance.

41.  Sing.

42. Cook.

43. Make rubber band balls.

44. Blow bubbles.

45. Do something you’ve always wanted to do.

46. Do something you love to do.

47. Learn something new.

48. Encourage others to be creative.

49. Smell something you loved to smell as a child.


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