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In what small ways in life, do you make sure each day is worth remembering?


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    Apr 19 2012: 1. Believing in the concept - that it is worth...........

    2. Positive actions
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    Apr 17 2012: Bask in the sun if the clouds aren't covering it.
    • Apr 17 2012: Oh, that reminds me of a phrase I wrote down back in the 80's which made me appreciate word choice....

      "Luxuriate in pleasant warmth"

      I am not correcting your grammar or spelling...haha

      Just elevating your vocabulary!! heehee
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        Apr 19 2012: Ah, sounds very nice, but sounds more symbolic to me. I literally mean, we should all get some sun.

        The sun is scientifically proven to make life better, but could also give cancer, so use sunscreen! Haha! =P
        • Apr 19 2012: I love the sun too......especially since I live by the beach...... =P
  • Apr 16 2012: Living each day like it was my last, well that would be bloody draining! No thanks.

    I'm not sure what I was doing two days ago or a week ago, but I'm sure I enjoyed it.
    • Apr 16 2012: I like what you have reminds me of a talk that the autho Elizabeth Guilbert gave to a women's convention (it's on youtube).....she went on and on about how she gets up at 4 and works out, then has a healthy breakfast, and writes until 9, and on and was an ideal list of things that a productive individual who wants to squeeze everything they can get out of a day would do.............BUT, after she finished, she starts to laugh and says, you didn't believe I really do all that do you???

      I was so happy she brought the crowd back down to earth.

      I read Adam's question to mean that at the end of the day, do you think, I did not live my life true to myself today, or do you go to bed thinking, what a day....but knowing full well you lived it for yourself, being true to yourself.........I think the making each day worth remembering is actually not regretting the day, or second guessing your choices.........which inevitably we all do.

      Anyways, I did like your comment. And yes, I'm not sure what I did two days ago........oh wait I remembered!! LOL

      Have a good day Tristan
      • Apr 16 2012: Haha thankyou, I heard somewhere that Einstein liked to sleep for 11 hours a night, true or not everyone needs time to relax to be productive. You can think of relaxing as being productive, as without it you wouldn't get near as much done.
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    Apr 15 2012: Today is better then yesterday!
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    Apr 15 2012: I'm not seeing how your quote goes with your question, but I will respond to the question. I try to live and love in each day with the intensity as if it were my last. Whether or not that makes my experiences 'memorable' I don't know. There are times that I do reflect on what I have done and how those experiences have made me the person I am today, but whether that makes them 'worth remembering' I'm not sure. I guess I believe every day I'm alive, every breath I take, is worth remembering. For me, each day lived is only yesterday and what will that mean for today.
  • Apr 15 2012: I try to talk individually to those I care most about. Having meaningful conversations help me remember days. Sometimes we will take pictures...just because...
    I also make time to be alone with my thoughts, to reflect and have quiet time, this helps me remember days gone by.
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    Apr 15 2012: 1. Do one thing a day that you want to do and let nothing interfere with it. 2. Stop for any amount of time and take what ever amazing nature you can.... I time my dinner break with sunset and watch it for one minute at least. 3. Look at things you can't do and wish you could do in amazement and awe! 4.Think about the best moments of my past even just for a few seconds a day. 5. I've recently lost a friend to suicide and my Mother. suddenly 2 months later so this is a big one I learned when I lost my Dad, suddenly back in 1985 so since... I say every goodbye to all my loved ones with an I love you and the thought that I might not ever see them again. I try to do all those things daily.. I consciously think about it and plan them sometimes. 6. Write at least 1 page daily.