I just started reading this book called The Happiness Project and even though some people might find it kind of formulaic, I love it. It fits my lists and checklists kind of personality. Or maybe I think that some great advice seems SO old fashioned that we overlook it. I love that kind of thing. So, I might mention a few of the things I enjoyed from my reading in the next few blog posts.
"If I can enjoy the present, I don't need to count on the happiness that is (or isn't) waiting for me in the future. The fun part doesn't come later, now is the fun part."
That advice fits with one of my current major goals in life, which is to enjoy the moment that I'm in. I have some big exciting changes coming up and I don't want to short-change the present because of my excitement for the future. It is hard to remember sometimes that the "fun part is now" even though I'm sure I'll look back on these days with fondness.