Because we all fail a lot.

Might as well learn to love it.

Sure, some of our failures are real proper disasters. But most of them aren't. Falling flat on your face is a chance to laugh at yourself, to show your humanity to others and learn what not to do next time.

I've really been learning to enjoy the idea that I'm not perfect. It's really freeing. So I loved discovering this article about how Mailchimp celebrates failure -- by getting everyone together for 'Failtips lunches'.

Particularly in the tech world, where failure is pretty much the only way to innovate, it's such an obvious thing to get all your good and great together and have a big giggle about the best f*ckups you've ever done.

Might stick one of these in the diary.