“I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you’re following your passion.”-Darren Aronofsky
I recently stumbled upon this list by Tina Williamson…
A cheat sheet to living without regrets
Take care of your health
Make time to do the things you love, work less, laugh and play
Say what you need to say
Change your perspective
Let go of the past
Accept the things you can not change
Stop thinking happiness is a future event
Stop chasing money and material wealth
Take off the mask
Follow your instincts
Don’t make your decisions based on fear
Love, love love!
I would add explore yourself and your world, let go of judgement, ask for help when you need it (because in my experience you will get to where you want to go so much quicker if you have the right support), and never stop learning. Other than that I think this list is pretty on point. I would love to hear what others think should be on the cheat sheet. If you have an addition please comment!
2 thoughts on “A Cheat Sheet to Living Without Regret”
Reblogged this on Ben's Suitcase and commented:
Brilliant post and a great example of coconut dharma. Stop seasoning your thinking with ideas about what “should have been” or “what can be” and live the day you have right in front of you 😄.