Written by Yuki Klotz-Burwell
1. Watch movies and listen to songs that remind you of your childhood. Playing games such as Cranium Cadoo (the kids’ version), Heads Up and simple jigsaw puzzles makes you feel carefree. Watch Disney classics—“Aladdin,” “Lilo and Stitch” and “The Parent Trap” are feel-good movies that elicit positive memories of family time from childhood.
2. Believe in miracles. Don’t question how Santa Claus is able to deliver billions of presents in one single night; just accept it. Sometimes it’s easier to believe in the unbelievable.
3. When you are using your adult coloring book, remember that it’s okay to color outside the lines, just like it’s okay to care less about being perfect.