I recently watched Daniel Kahneman talk about memory and the difference between the experiencing self and the remembering self.
It's made me want to take seriously what I enjoy, and get the most possible enjoyment out of life.
I also read about half of The Happiness Project book which got me thinking about having fun too. One point that book makes is that what is fun for one person is not fun for another. So I've been thinking about what I consider to be fun, and accepting that it may not be the same as what other people find fun.
Then there is Meg's comment that "Keep in mind that the input you give your mind greatly effects the output of your feelings..." She always has good insight.
So on that note, I've been focusing on making sure I have enough fun in my life.
I really love taking pictures, so I got a photo album to put my pictures in. This way I can spend time enjoying all of the pictures I have taken (and remembering all of those happy moments!). I don't tend to keep my pictures organized on the computer, and there is something I prefer about having printed photos.
I really enjoy music, but sometimes I hesitate to try new music. Well you can't find new music without trying! There is no way to know beforehand if you're going to love it. So I'm going to try to start my day out with listening to music more often, and also I'm going to make a serious effort to find new albums, new artists, and new types of music to enjoy.
Pictures I took at an airshow....