"My mother raised me with the practice of putting 'a zip in the day.' She said that's when we make some fun happen. Her idea was that instead of waiting for fun to happen, we could choose to make fun happen. Nothing planned, just on the spur of the moment. This spontaneity could manifest if you decide to drive a different route or if you decide to stop and play in the park. To put a zip in the day, you simply decide to do something that creates some fun in the day. Put some zip in your day, and have some fun."