Many consumers think that playing video games can be a waste of time, but with the Mindbloom Life Game, you would actually be bettering your quality of life. Mindbloom is a game that helps you create and maintain positive behaviors. According to its co-creator Chris Hewett, the game is centered on the idea that you can "grow" the life you want by thinking about it about it a few minutes a day.
Playing the Mindbloom Life Game involves trying to grow your "life tree," which is a metaphor for your own life and represents the things that matter most to you, such as your career, health, relationships and spirituality. Other parts of the game, such as the sun and the rain, represent things like inspiration and daily actions, respectively. To progress in the game, you have to help your life tree grow by ensuring the sun shines and that the tree gets enough rain. To do so, you must complete real life actions, which you choose yourself. For example, you can increase the level of sunshine by completing an action such as spending time with your family, smiling at a stranger or taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
Visit the Mindbloom Life Game website to learn more about this innovative and motivational game.