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How to be more carefree!

Remember the freedom you felt as a child? Playing elaborate games, exploring and taking risks – you lived in the moment. All too often, we forget how to play – we might briefly reclaim that feeling, but those moments tend to be few and far between. Yet being carefree is so important.

‘Playfulness, adventure and imagination can help us explore the world around us,’ says author and headmaster Mike Fairclough. ‘They alleviate anxiety and enhance our feelings of happiness. They help us cope with all sorts of challenges.’

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