By Chris Dunmire | Posted 9/25/22 | Updated 3/25/23
If you haven't discovered that Isette Façìon's research on The World's Oldest Microblogging Platform sounds as suspicious as her name, it leads you to our new Cookie Fortune Maker (CFM). Try it, you'll like it!
I'm dipping into The Power of Fun by Catherine Price. She makes the case for engaging in an extra-special version of fun she calls True Fun. She says its "magical confluence of playfulness, connection, and flow" can lead us to be "more productive and joyful and less resentful and stressed," among other benefits.
Wow, "True Fun" sounds just like "creativity"!
Inspired, I think I'll change my last name to Funmire. See, with one small change I can imbue my entire identity with instant positive trajectory!
What one small change might you make that can make a big difference in your trajectory?
Oh, with the launch of the CFM, Madam Bedazzle says there's some important lessons to be had around fortunes. Her extraordinary wisdom awaits you below.
Imbuer of positive trajectories
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