I think joy and fun are two important components of Everyday Sustainable.

You could say it’s a matter of what you’re doing; if you’re doing drudge work every day, how fun can that be, you might ask?  True, but how about the idea of an attitude of playfulness that we can access every day?

I’m at the beginning of a week of travel in Japan, and there is plenty of fun to be had.  AND, as with most travel and new experiences, this is a chance to reacquaint myself with a perspective of fun.  If walking down the street in Kyoto is fun, why can’t it be when I’m back at home?  I’m working out the fun muscle you could say.

The posts while I’m here will explore this idea, plus more specific observations on Everyday Sustainable.

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