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As adults, we can make playing around sophisticated. Just because you weren't the class clown doesn't mean you are doomed to be the party pooper - play comes in a variety of personalities.
Yesterday I discussed why active play is important for keeping your brain energized, unlike the Sea Squirt who devours its brain by surrendering to a passive life.
Constant exploration and fun is not necessarily "wasting" time. Play stimulates our brain, inspires creative thought, and creates a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
So what is your play personality? You may have one that you gravitate to more than others, but hopefully you have a combination of several.
In Stuart Brown's book Play, his research helped define the following categorizations of play: