Considered the previous post some more, and maybe what ‘fun’ is, is customizing our process over time so it becomes more and more individual.
Things have to be personally inspiring, otherwise we’re far less likely to do them over time.
Still, we have to balance this individuality with functionality, and pure function isn’t always fun. Simple, but not fun.
So, that’s the creative aspect: Being grounded in improving function while being open to ways of creating novelty around it.
Yeah, guess I had kind of lost the above mindset past month or so: How much work can we get done, and how much fun can we have doing it?
Always full-circle and back to square one. =)