69 episodes

An exploratory podcast about how humans relate to play through life. Interviews and observations of how play influences: relationships, business, marriage, entrepreneurs, family bonds, and self-care.

Art of Play Sarah Bauer

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 24 Ratings

An exploratory podcast about how humans relate to play through life. Interviews and observations of how play influences: relationships, business, marriage, entrepreneurs, family bonds, and self-care.

    (Ep68) Looking Back Informs Our Future

    (Ep68) Looking Back Informs Our Future

    Quality of life measures are an evaluation of how we are doing in life. Sometimes they are health-related, sometimes relationships related, but today I am going to challenge you to look back at your personal history and give yourself an evaluation of how your life is turning out, and I bet, it's better than you think.

    • 30 min
    (Ep67) The Principles of History

    (Ep67) The Principles of History

    This month as we talk about History, think back to the history that makes you, you! Think back to all the rules and learning that went into you becoming a better person and a person who is looking for more in the way of learning, loving and being better.

    • 17 min
    (Ep66) History

    (Ep66) History

    The theme for July is History. Your own history, how we are bold with our history, and how we see others' perspectives. It should be a great month! Thanks for tuning in.

    • 26 min
    (Ep65) Creative Fun: Kim Christensen Interview

    (Ep65) Creative Fun: Kim Christensen Interview

    Kim Christensen of Talk Wordy To Me is a business owner and writer who uses her creativity to her advantage everyday. As a co-owner of Promptly Journals Kim is used to not only creating but encouraging creativity and engagement from others as well.

    • 40 min
    (Ep64) When You Wonder, You're Learning BOOK REVIEW

    (Ep64) When You Wonder, You're Learning BOOK REVIEW

    BOOK REVIEW: When You Wonder, You're Learning by Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski

    • 26 min
    (Ep63) 35 Fun Things

    (Ep63) 35 Fun Things

    This is my summer list of fun ideas to jumpstart more ways to have fun. Do you think you can have more fun this summer with one of these things? Try it out and let me know.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Gabbinatora ,

This podcast speaks my language

Every parent and teacher should take a moment and listen to Sarah‘s podcasts about the art of play. Sarah‘s thoughts about play have so much relevance in today’s world.It’s not just the art of play it’s the value of play.

TheCW2018 ,

So good!

So much great insight! I’ve learned so much about myself and how to better improve/understand my life and to better prepare for raising my kids. Do yourself a favor, open your mind and listen!

CatieFry ,

So inspiring

This podcast has literally changed my life. It has opened my eyes in so many ways. I found it to be perfect for my stage of life which is in the midst of young motherhood. I see my children play and use their imagination which in turn inspires me to play. I love the interviews on relationships. It has broadened my perspective. I recommend this podcast to anyone and everyone. It is completely relevant to us all.

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