Never Regret A Day

Never regret a day in your life: good days give happiness, bad days give experience, worst days give lessons, and best days give memories. Anonymous

The older I get, the less I regret a day. I sense my days quickly slipping away as I enter the fourth (if I’m lucky) quarter of my life. This motivates me to savor each and every day no matter what they bring. I have highs and lows but mostly, my days are “good days” that give me happiness.

How we frame the days of our lives—bad equals experience, worst equals lessons, best equal memories—makes a difference in whether or not we experience peace and joy in life.

Affirmation: Each day is a gift.

Coaching questions: How do you frame your bad and worst, good and best days? What helps you stay in the present and embrace each day as a gift?

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No Regrets

Never regret a day in your life: good days give happiness, bad days give experience, worst days give lessons, and best days give memories. As seen on Facebook

The older I am, the less I regret any day. I can sense my days slipping away and I want to savor each and every one no matter what they bring. I’ve had my share of experience and lessons but mostly I’ve experienced days that created memories and happiness. I’m a fortunate woman.

How we frame the days of our lives…bad equals experience, worst equals lessons….makes a difference in our overall peace and joy. Each day is a gift, enjoy.

Affirmation: I never regret a day in my life.

Coaching questions: How do you frame your bad and worst, good and best days? What helps you stay in the present and embrace each day as a gift?

IMG_1061 A beautiful morning on Barfield Bay, Marco Island, Florida.