So, what makes fun… fun? That's a very important question. If we don't know what fun is, how can we build it into our system? We need to understand that fun for one person is not fun for another person.
We need to define fun in the context of the person we are referring to. Fun is a different thing for different people. It depends on where they are in their lives. It depends on what is currently most important to them. We can, however, outline general ideas of what fun is. More importantly, we can capture the essence of those ideas. We then simply need to implement them where we can.
When we do things that force us to get outside of ourselves, we usually experience fun. When we stretch ourselves and go for it in an attempt to accomplish something, we experience a sense of joy. At the heart of this idea is accomplishment. Accomplishment is fun.
Many people find breaking their normal routine fun. When we escape our normal routine and surroundings, we generally find it enjoyable...