3 Ways to Live Like You’re Dying Tomorrow

Have you ever heard the Tim McGraw song “Live Like You Were Dying”? It’s a wonderful piece of music. It showcases that you have to do everything in this life as if you don’t have tomorrow. In the spirit of that song, I’m going to give you 3 ways to live like you’re dying tomorrow!

The trick is to not think about it. Just make a conscious choice to live and not worry (too much) about what the end result might be. You’re probably asking what that means. It means taking the risks in life. Being honest, open, and ready to get whatever life has to give you. Ever hear the phrase “YOLO”? It’s a phrase that is beyond true. You only live once. Making the most of this life is what it means to live like you’re dying. I promised you three ways so here they are!

3 Ways to Live Like You're Dying Tomorrow

3 Ways to Live Like You’re Dying Tomorrow

  • Make a bucket list
  • Do something spontaneous
  • Live in your truth each and every day.

These may seem simple, but they aren’t simple for everyone. In fact, I would argue that the last one is the most difficult. Living your truth can mean different things to different people. What it comes down to is living your life the way you want and not feeling like you need anyone’s approval. That’s something my husband tells me all the time and it’s a great pearl of wisdom.

To wrap up this week, I want to issue another challenge. It’s simple really. Make your bucket list. Yup, write down the things that you want to do . Don’t let yourself be limited. Write it all down and start checking things off!

For more inspiration, check out my article from a few weeks ago, 7 Ways to Live Your Best Life. It’s full of actionable tips and tricks on how to really live the YOLO lifestyle!

Until next week, be well and Namaste!

4 thoughts on “3 Ways to Live Like You’re Dying Tomorrow”

  1. Living like there’s no tomorrow is so important, but we get so bogged down in everyday routines that we forget to feel alive! These are great tips about implementing this practice. I look forward to reading more articles!

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