Welcome to Live Funny!

If you like what you read, check out my latest blog posts and all the rest by clicking on “THE BLOG!” at the top of the page. I even have videos (click on VIDEOS) https://livefunny.ca/videos/…well one video for now, but more are coming. Make sure you click Follow at the bottom so you don’t miss a single post!

Thanks for joining the exciting ride! This truly is a first for me. I have written an article that appeared on someone else’s blog, but now I have my own blog and a few articles under my belt! I’m feeling a little exposed (not that way), especially being an introvert. You’d think that I, with the dozens of speeches I’ve written and performed that this would be easy. It’s easy enough until I get nervous. And yes, I am a person who makes jokes when I’m feeling nervous and awkward, that is, if I don’t feel too awkward to speak.

A person can only be told so many times that they are funny before they stop procrastinating and do something about it. For me, it was 1,236 times.

Not really. If I had been keeping track I could never claim to be humble, could I? I know for sure it was more than one person though!

With this blog, I hope to reach my fellow introverts, funny people, people who aspire to be funny, and people who are funny who need to let it out like I do.  I would even venture to say that it could makes a person’s life better, make work more enjoyable, and make doing one’s job (especially if you’re a trainer) a little bit easier.

What does “Live Funny” actually mean? Where did this idea come from? Quite simply, it came from thinking. I do a lot of thinking about a lot of things, and sometimes, what comes out when I do write or speak is funny. Well, people laugh, so I’m assuming they find it funny!

“Funny” is also a way to live one’s life. Think about it: even that sounds funny: “Kathryn, how would you describe the way you live your life?” “I live funny!” I’m not talking only about being weird (which I am, as are most of my family and many of my friends – and that is funny in itself), but also the humorous kind of funny. It means seeing the lighter side of things and bringing more “funny” into your life, whether it be at work, in your hobbies, your relationships, or even what you say to yourself when you see yourself in the mirror first thing in the morning.  Things like: “Yikes!”, or “How you doin’?”, or “Whoa, what happened to YOU last night?” usually work for me!

Humour makes life more fun; it lightens things up when things get a bit too heavy, it makes the things we are taught more memorable, and it encourages us to be more accepting, I think, of one another’s differences among other things.

My friends, I am an introvert. I have been so all my life – but I’m not shy! I’m not loud either, so I thought: “why live loud, when you can Live Funny!”?

As this site grows, more of the “Coming Soon” ideas will make it onto the main page, to join “Home”, “Contact”, and “About Me”. I’ll do my best to add a new blog topic at least every two weeks, if not weekly, so I hope you’ll keep coming back. You can even subscribe! (Down there, at the bottom) In the mean-time, check out the “About Me” page, where you can learn more about me and possibly get an even better idea of where I’m getting all this from.

I’m so excited to share all of this with you! Click here > https://livefunny.ca/the-live-funny-blog/ to keep reading…

There’s lots more to come!
For now, I’ll hope you’ll read and enjoy “The Blog”, and click on the FOLLOW button to ensure you know about the latest content as it’s posted.

 

E-mail kathryn@kathrynreichheld.ca Hours Contact me anytime and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
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