Are you living your life to the fullest?

@rajfoe (354)
March 1, 2009 7:44am CST
Hi mylot friends are you living your life to the fullest. If you ask me yes am living to certain extent. What about you friends? Happy mylotting
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7 responses
• Malaysia
1 Mar 09
NO rajfoe, I am not yet to my laurel and still far for that. Unless, there is a small miracle as a nature support to push me up bypassing the normal life pattern and formation to reach superb life level. But, never fail to work hard and work smart in negotiating with my good life plan and the tasks to luck into it. At the same time always place my [u]deep hope[/u] to be a great person in future.
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@kun2349 (23381)
• Singapore
2 Mar 09
I'm not living my life to the fullest just yet.. There are alot more things in life i have yet to complete or embark on them ^_^ Even though there are some things i have done it, but i'm still not satisfied with the results and i'm still challenging for new limits.. lol =D I will only feel that i lived my life to the fullest, when i have really reached the limit of myself and i cant go on anymore.. lol =D That's life for me ^_^
@veejay19 (3590)
• India
2 Mar 09
The word fullest has different meanings to everybody. For a renunciant a life of meditation and contemplation would be a full life. To a social butterfly a full life would mean non stop parties ,pictures of self featured prominently on page 3, being around celebrities, featuring in gossip mags etc. In my case i have lived and enjoyed my life in which i have done whatever i wanted to do and a little more too. Now i an leading a life of ease, stress free and contented retirement. Yes there are a million other things i could have done or wanted to do in the earlier part of my life but whatever life i live i am fuly satisfied with it.If i had to live my life again i would not mind it going the same way with all its ups and downs.
@Llonorra22 (1150)
• Philippines
2 Mar 09
I guess so... I see to it that I enjoy life in my own way without hurting or doing bad to anyone. Happy posting!
@paula27661 (15870)
• Australia
2 Mar 09
I am closer to it than I was a few years ago. There are a couple of reasons for this, the number one is being a mum, which has fulfilled a huge part of my life, the other reason is finally doing what I love and that is writing. After I had my daughter I decided to do a freelance journalism course and follow the passion that had been ignored for years while I stayed in jobs I hated. I still have a long way to go to find direction but I am certainly closer than I was!
@suzzy3 (8347)
1 Mar 09
Sometimes no as day to day mundane chores must be done.We go away in our caravan as often as we can and really enjoy that,the rest of the time I try to keep busy and enjoy my day.If we had more money we could do more things as everyone else has to cut down so do we.
@dragon54u (31620)
• United States
1 Mar 09
I spend more time than I should on the computer, trying to squirrel away money for retirement. A few weeks ago I began making some changes to that, as it was all I ever really did! I have put myself on a schedule that's subject to change, one hour of off-time for every two hours spend on the computer. I'm not playing games or surfing when I'm at the computer--I'm actually working, writing, myLotting, doing surveys, etc. No wonder my poor dogs are mopey and needy! I sat down this morning for an hour to read the paper with the dogs in my lap. I answered mail and did some on myLot. Then I spent another hour eating breakfast, going outside for a walk around the yard with the dogs, played with them and cleaned up the kitchen. I feel much better this way, like a have a life. Last Sunday I went to the art gallery, it's free on Sunday. And instead of spending the last two hours of the day on the computer working, the dogs and I watch a movie. I'm not living my life to the fullest but I'm doing so to the best of my capabilities and financial limitations. I'm pretty happy with my life as it is right now.