I saved this quote from either Facebook or Pinterest. I'm not sure who it originated from or who to even quote, but I do know it made a lasting impression on me. I've thought about it several times since stumbling upon it more than a week ago. It's one of those quotes that is rather simple, but the message is way deeper than it seems.
I want to believe I'm doing more than just paying bills until I die. I want to look back on my life when I'm 90 years old and smile. I don't want to regret one moment.
I want to: take chances. make memories. get out of my comfort zone. laugh until I cry. be a friend. really and truly live.
From this moment on, I resolve to live more, no more ruts. So here's to soaking in the all of life's moments, little and big. These are the things I want.