How game playing can break old habits

JULY 16th of ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘.

Take the opportunity today to learn a new game.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’, – so the saying goes. I don’t know about you but I like to play games, especially with a group of close friends and family. Even more especially if there’s a bottle of red wine on the table!

Often we can get bored though with playing the same games. Often the same person wins, the same person comes last and so on. That’s fine, the familarity itself can be part of the fun.

Trying a new game from time to time can inject a new level of fun though. Who knows who will be best at the new game? Who knows, it might be the most fun game you’ve ever played.

One thing is for sure, your favourite game at the moment was once a new game to you.

Trying this will be another exercise in getting out of old habits, it’s easy to do and fun, so relax and have a go.


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2 responses to “How game playing can break old habits

  1. Josephine Kinnaird

    I LOVE playing board games!! When’s your next session?… count me in! I don’t think it broke any old habits tho’……. certainly not the G&T one! Lol. x

    Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2013 11:04:50 +0000 To:

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