You Could Be Dead Tomorrow!

Every day for the past couple of weeks, I have been walking past floral tributes outside of work that have been left for a young lady who was hit and killed by a bus whilst crossing the street. She was only in her early 20’s and had the rest of her life ahead of her. It’s been resting on my mind since it happened that it could be anyone in that deadly position.

If anything, it’s yet another confirmation as to why you should live your life to the fullest. Don’t sweat the small stuff. It’ll work itself out. Don’t stress and worry about things that have not yet happened. You can’t control the future. If anything, do the things you love. The things that make you happy. The things you enjoy. Embrace every day and thrive on all the little moments that make up each and every day.

You know all that money you have been saving for a rainy day? Go out and book a holiday with it or buy that awesome dress you have had your eye on for the past few weeks. It’s just money and you can’t take it to the grave. You know, when my grandfather passed away in 1992, tens of thousands of dollars were found hidden behind walls, in the ceiling and other strange places. Why was he hoarding so much money? We’ll never know.

What I do know is this. My grandmother always wanted a round the world holiday with him, her husband of over 50 years. They never enjoyed that round the world holiday she desired so much. I think you get where I am going with this. Just get out there and enjoy life. Go and love it. You’ve only got one crack so make every moment count!

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Born and raised in Sydney. Well travelled. I have a deep love for live theatre, music and the arts. Ohh, I may also have a deep love for Liverpool Football Club!

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