Throwing glitter in the air

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Throw caution to the wind and live life to the fullest. Embrace what makes you passionate and alive. Appreciate routine’s simplicity and silence; that way, you will be left breathless by unique experiences and grand adventures. Remember that old adage on life beginning at the end of your comfort zone? There is (or at least some) truth in that.

Go on long walks. Take silly pictures. Just take lots of pictures. Sing pop songs. Microwave leftovers. Play ball and blow bubbles. Wake up earlier than usual to see the sunrise. Stay out long enough to see the sun set.

Travel.

It has been said time and again – travel enriches you. Travel, even though you spend for it, makes you richer. Go somewhere new each year; more often if you can afford to. Organize your own trip or join a tour group; whatever floats your boat. No one will judge you for being a backpacker or a poshpacker.

Regrets? No, don’t take back that night. Go out for drinks – or a cup of hot cocoa. Jump. Make friends. Hold hands and hug. Fall in love – with a person, with the place or with the experience.

All the small lights? They make up that bright picture in the horizon. Life is complex enough back home; learn to let go for a while. Be so happy that people around you get infected with your joy.

Carpe diem. There will be remarkable days. There will be low moments. There will be days of sunburn and days when you will miss the sun. There will be days on the road and lots of running around. Or only lazy days at home in the comforts of your couch and bed. There will be glitter in the air and nights that you wish know no end.

Glitter in a Glass

“Have you ever wished for an endless night? Lassoed the moon and the stars and pulled that rope tight Have you ever held your breath and asked yourself Will it ever get better than tonight?”

Glitter in the Air by Alecia Moore and Billy Mann

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