Simple Ways to Live Your Life to the Fullest

Live Your Life to the Fullest. This quote normally written clearly on a poster with a picture of a man who stood at the edge of a cliff, looking at the world with all the joy written on his face and body (particularly the hands because it normally rose up to the sky saying – Yeah I did it!!!). At a glance, Life lived to the fullest can be a simple meaning; be happy, be healthy or achieve your dreams. But what if you are not happy? What if you are failing to achieve your dreams? What if you are experiencing anxiety almost every day? What if you’ve been told that you have depression? How would you live your life to the fullest in these cases?

First of all, be present. No exception.

Second of all, understand that living your life means many things. It can be done in many ways. Don’t just stuck with the idea of success is the only thing relate to the quote. It’s certainly not about collecting material possessions to really live your life to the fullest.  Here are the examples:

  • If you hurt, feel the pain because pain is part of the life. 
  • If you are happy, feel the joy because you earned it. 
  • If you are alone, embrace the quietness of life.
  • If you with your love ones, pay attention to them. 
  • If you are working, deliver your best.
  • If you are resting, listen to your body.
  • If you are drinking coffee, enjoy the aroma. 

Whatever you are doing right now, do it consciously. Whatever you are experiencing right now, feel it consciously. Focus to the present because this is LIFE. Your life. You are breathing through the moments of your own. Life lived to the fullest in this way. You live to the fullest in this way.

And in each moment of living, say your gratitude because you are living YOUR LIFE to the fullest and most important, because you have been given opportunity to have a life.

Live Your Life. Don't just Exist.

Live Your Life. Don’t just Exist.

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