When kids are young, it's easy to find excuses to bond with them. After all, they're living in your house, and you get to see them almost constantly. When someone depends on you for food, clothing, and shelter, you don't exactly have to make dinner plans to see them regularly. But some parents worry that, when their kids grow up and leave the house, it'll be harder to stay in touch. Will they only see their children on major holidays, or not even then? How will they keep that connection alive when their kids aren't right in front of them? Well, for those parents, here's some good news. You may be heading for a closer relationship rather than a more distant one.
Using Exercise as a Form of Play
Adults can, and should, play and have fun. In fact, there are studies that show the many benefits of playing for adults, which include increased creativity, productivity, and feelings of well-being. Adults need play. Set the Goal of Playing More.
Why Play, Anyway? How Does It Help My Me?
How can anyone rate 6th street less than 5 stars? I suppose if you don't lump in the warehouse district I can see 4, but given it's sll walking distance I rarely separate the two. Pete's Dueling Piano Bar is a hoot if you crash a bachelorette party, and men--gotta take a whiz at the Aquarium. Get a cheap room at the nearby Hampton Inn and let the evening rake you whetevit does Get your drink on. The shops are all well worth visiting. Lots of bars to have a drink or just sight see.
From small events to big blowouts, we have the food, games and attractions to please everyone on your list. Plus, at Big Thrill Factory , anyone 11 and older can participate! Not a whole lot. You would be surprised by the amount of outdoor yoga, dance and cardio classes that allow people of all ages to participate.