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Do you follow 'Carpe Diem' philosophy in your life?

Asked by imrainmaker (7703points) August 12th, 2017

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

No I’m scared of having more life ‘happen” to me.

Sneki2's avatar

I’m trying to. It’s harder than it seems.

Espiritus_Corvus's avatar

It’s a lot easier now that I don’t have to work sixty hours a week.

flutherother's avatar

Since I retired, yes.

aschatria's avatar

Yes, and I also find it hard to follow because it is too little hours in a day for all I want to do.

Pinguidchance's avatar

Do you follow ‘Carpe Diem’ philosophy in your life?

Fervently, I eschew jellyfish but otherwise eat a fish a day.

PullMyFinger's avatar

Nah, I’m too tired and lazy to seize anything these days.

(Mostly, the day seizes me….)

jca's avatar

I don’t consciously have any particular philosophy about how I spend my time. For my free time, I try to divide it up by resting and recreation/doing what I like. I also throw in there a little being productive in my house by organizing stuff, etc.

Coloma's avatar

More like the day seizes me most of the time and sometimes the night too.
Woke up to my cat barfing at 2 a.m. and was up for an hour cleaning cat barf off my area rug as she kept hacking up more hairball debris. So-special. LOL

Kardamom's avatar

No, not really. There are things that need to get done, and lots of limitations (mostly lack of funds and time).

Strauss's avatar

@pinguidchance Are you _really_able to eat without eschewing?~

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