Play + Work = “plork”.
Why the word?
I hate this notion of always having to be “working”in order to be virtuous. To me, to play is more virtuous than to work.
When I’m “working”, I’m really playing.
To me, there is no difference between work and play. When I’m blogging, I’m playing. When I’m teaching my workshops, I’m playing. When I am talking with others, I’m playing. When I’m lifting weights, I’m playing. When I write, I play.
The notion of gamification is interesting:
Transform our work into a game, or play.
But the opposite:
Why not turn our play into our work?
Treat life with fun and play
Don’t take life too seriously. Have fun, play, work— plork!