Gameful Life
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Gameful Life

Enjoying the JOMO

Missing out and concentrating on what we really want

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash

A few weeks ago, I met an unknown to me then author online, and we started a conversation.

In one of our chats, I mentioned JOMO to him. And then, I found JOMO appearing in our conversations several times. We started reminding each other of the joy of slowing down.

“JOMO is an acronym for joy…

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Living a gameful life means approaching anything we are up to or what comes our way as if it was a fantastic collection of games, of which we are both designers and players. This publication is by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels. For more see and subscribe to optimistwriter.com.

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Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Life gamer, life coach, top writer, author, engineer; originator of Self-Gamification — an art to turning life into fun games → optimistwriter.com

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