Live each day as if it were your last - we hear that a lot. It's one of those pat phrases offered up as sage advice on how to live a worthwhile and fulfilled life.
But practically speaking, it's kind of hard to really do that, even for those who have actually faced it as reality. I mean, if it were really the last day, would we do the laundry?
But how to live the spirit of that idea, I think that's the real question.
In attempting to live that spirit, I am writing this post from the Seoul airport, on my way to Cambodia. I had an opportunity and I took it. It wasn't quite that simple...my first response was to say no. I thought I had too much to do at home. But really, if it were the last day, would I rather be visiting Angkor Wat or doing laundry?
So here I am, on my way to Cambodia. I will attempt to keep up with posting while I'm traveling, maybe some ideas on staying fit while traveling, maybe just some pictures. I didn't bring my computer - a little freaky for me - but I have my iPhone (no, I don't have an iPad yet). This is my first attempt at posting from my phone - a bit slow, but doable.
Well, plane is boarding. Here's to living as if.