Summer is short and summer is fleeting and you do not want to be facing Labor Day with a number of regrets of things you could have and should have done to make the summer months a great time. There are numerous people who delay till tomorrow what they must be doing today and there you are going, they die and never be able to see that happy tomorrow. That whole notion of seeing the entire world and traveling when you are older, after retiring, is just a fantasy, that doesn’t happen, so don’t live for tomorrow, live for right now. Wouldn’t you rather be happy now – in case you are always happy “now” you’ll never be looking forward to a time when you may be happy, since you’ll continually be happy “now.” Why wait? here are a few things you can do being happy now, and enjoy this fleeting summer.
Buy A Cool New Car
Don’t await your old hunk of junk t break down for you and leave you stranded on the side of the road, then you scrounge for change to get whatever new junky car you can find. No, live for your now, and get a summer set of wheels that’ll cause you to happy to be alive and can show others that you have a lust for a lifetime. For example, a Nissan Xterra is great car for the summer and will be reliable like the Nissan brand. See what we’re talking bout by checking out the latest Xterras at Temecula Nissan. You may be surprised how sweet they actually are, and affordable. Look at them online at Metro Nissan Redlands. You’ll be pretty pumped you decided to live for today rather than for tomorrow.
Go On A Trip
I love when people tell me they’re going to travel the world a little while in the future. Exactly what is the future? The near future is never, ever here. It’s literally impossible to do something in the future. You are able to only make a move right now. The near future is a myth designed by the man to keep you down. Forget it. Buy tickets to Hawaii at the moment and live a little. That future trip will be upon you and you will literally be getting with a plane and going to Hawaii instead of thinking of how maybe someday you will. Don’t die with a laundry list of facts you never did. Who does that impress?
Shut Off the TV and Go Outside
Sometimes we spend a great deal time staring at our little screens, whether it be our phones or our pads or our computers. We can’t help but have our eyes glazed over and our brains atrophy. Forget it. Shut off your machines and your gadgets, leave your phone at home, and go outside. Look up. Look around. Smell the world. Open the eyes. Even achieving this an hour a day will give you renewed life and a sense of what’s important.