Yeah, so I know with this headline some people are instantly going to chime in (or at least think it) and just say things like "go climb a mountain, book a one-way flight, quit your job, or just do something crazy".
But what I'm trying to get at is that there are so many days in our life where we just chill. Of course, If I knew I was going to walk outside and get hit by a bus, I probably wouldn't spend my last hours binging on Netflix. But that's the problem: we don't know.
So, yeah I know there's a lot of good advice out there to just go be crazy with life and make it count, but there are just so many days where I can't be bothered. I'm not like, saying, I'm depressed or anything, I'm just stating that in this reality - that's not always possible.
Luckily, I'm not tied down in a cubicle 8 hours, Monday to Friday. And I bet those who are must struggle with this concept more than I. But still, is it realistic to preach that "life is precious" so therefore "make the most of it every day".
I don't know - just spitballin' here. Maybe it's because I'm young and naive and (hopefully) have time on my side.
For those who are older, should I just shut up and get outdoors and stop being an idiot, for life is short ... Or is there something to this? That not every day can be ultimately, awesome?