Play Challenge #13: Find some bubble wrap. Pop it.
Posted on 23. Jul, 2010 by diroadtrip10.
Play Challenge #12- Utilize a form of transportation you do not normally take. Ride the bus. Break out the rollerblades. Fall off a unicycle. Do not send yourself to the hospital.
Play Challenge #11: Take a picnic. It can be a big deal for your whole family or group of friends, or a small thing like getting outside on your lunch hour to enjoy the sun on your face.
Posted on 01. Jul, 2010 by diroadtrip10.
Play Challenge #10! As we’re nearly 1/5 of the way through a year of weekly playful activities, we deserve a little celebration! Your challenge this week is Play Challenge #10- Blow something up, do not break the law. Likewise, this week many of us will be blowing things up as we celebrate our nation’s independence.
Play Challenge #9- Tackle a task you’ve been putting off. Make believe that you are a CIA agent, and the fate of civilization as we know it rests on you completing this task. Imagine villains who want to stop you- give them personalities and a back-story. Be sure to leave them wallowing in defeat. Extra points if you act like a spy towards strangers while tackling your challenge.
Play Challenge #8: Try a game you never really understood as a kid. Get out the chessboard, “Risk”, Backgammon, or Chinese Checkers and spend some time playing and figuring it out.
Play Challenge #7: “Take a nature walk. Spend some time outside looking at leaves and trees and tiny critters. Approach things like blowing on fuzzy dandelion heads as if you had never done it before…”
Play Challenge #6- Read a book out loud. Do all of the voices. Make sure you have an audience, whether that’s your kids, your coworkers, or your dog.
Play Challenge #5- Create a mix CD that expresses your feelings for someone or something else. This “someone” can be real or fictional, someone you know or a stranger, and the feelings you express don’t have to be romantic or even necessarily positive. Tell BP how you really feel, write a musical letter to Santa Claus, somehow express yourself through music.