Today’s Solutions: February 03, 2023

Getting silly, a guide.

| June 2003 issue
1. Laugh in public at least three times a day in every imaginable setting, especially wherever your inner voice says ‘not here’. You are standing in line at the checkout counter and…
2. Practice being totally crazy with children. At least once a week go to a playground and join in playing with the kids for an hour.
3. Practice making silly faces in front of the mirror. Start with a half hour a day until that brief period seems too short.
4. Put on some funny clothes, especially ones with loud and clashing colours and different socks. Put on the most ridiculous outfit you can find and wear it until you forget you have it on. The hardest part is pretending in public that it’s normal to dress like that.
5. Sing out loud on the street.
6. Turn off your TV and do something to make things interesting. Put on a performance.
 

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