Finding Your Inner Spark to Ignite Play and Fun in Your Life

Listen to “Finding Your Inner Spark to Ignite Play and Fun in Your Life” on Spreaker.

In this fun and wide-ranging chat, we explore how play, fun, and humor are part of self-acceptance and improving your well-being. A return guest, award-winning author Liberty Forrest, shares how to make meaning and creativity even in misfortune.

We also explore 

• Ways to get over feeling down and reviving your creativity
• Why it’s so important to take time for yourself
• How to find your inner spark and move between your head and your heart
Plus much more…

About our guest: Our guest, Liberty Forrest, is an award-winning author, speaker, and contributor to numerous informational publications, including Huffington Post. She is also a senior contributor at SportsEdTV. And, a lover of really dumb jokes.

Check out her articles over at Medium ( and her two Medium publications. She has written numerous fiction and nonfiction books that cover a range of topics. Learn more about Liberty at

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