How to live your best life

A time will come when you’re no longer here, so why not make it a masterpiece instead of a tragedy? Everyone experiences hardship in one way or another. Some things you can’t control. Living your best life means focusing on what you can control to maximize pleasure and minimize pain.

You have a choice. 

Do not allow your fear and circumstance control you, or make the decision to live your best life. You might be in great place now. But there’s always more. 

Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things

Have you noticed how we love and are generally attracted to people that live their best life. No matter how they make it seem, we are drawn to them like magnets, because happiness is our natural state of mind but we have been contaminated by so many factors. In The journey to happiness , every moment is a chance to create the life you deserve by unlearning and detoxing all that you have been taught throughout your life.

In order to live your best life, you ought to first recognize what life and death is to you. So many people are yet to inner-stand that life and death are two sides of a coin. They are twins from the same mother. Life is creating, while death is destruction. They work together at all times. Therefore, its your duty to recognize it in your everyday life.

There are a few steps necessary to start this transformative process of living your best life. Discipline is key here. The process requires conscious efforts and dedication to self-development. Everyday is a reminder that everything that has a beginning has an ending.

Begin to imagine how you want to die. Yes! Read that again.

When you imagine how you want to die, you would realize death happens in just a day and this could be any day. So you’re prepared. When you’re prepared the chemicals in your brain re-arrange their selves, your mind, body and soul re-organizes itself. This is the grey area in the transformation process where you are now the pilot and you are in CHARGE. By now you know the difference between what, who and where is meant for you and otherwise.

All life is an experiment


Scientists begin everything they do by observing, testing and experimenting. To create anything you have to be focus. To live the live you deserve you have to DEFINE WHAT LIFE MEANS TO YOU and start living according to your definition. What life means to me is different from what life is to you. This is why there is no right and wrong way to live. Competition is unnecessary.

Listed below are the necessary steps to take to help you live your best life.

  • Make peace with your past.
  • Observe yourself and your daily habits, thoughts, moods, words and actions.
  • Set your intentions. After having thought about what makes you happy and what drains your energy, focus on what living the best life looks like for you.
  • Be Definite About What You Want
  • Seek Out and Enjoy New Experiences
  • Spend time in nature
  • Only build relationships that align with where you see yourself going
  • Start living as yourself

Living your best life is not about what looks perfect for social media or what everyone says you “should” do. It’s about what you want and how you’re going to make it happen. It’s also about simplifying your life in a way that works for you. So, go on—live your best life full of purpose and without any regrets.

Living your best life means having a meaning and a purpose aligned with your true nature and your values. You’re working towards something worthwhile.

You invest your time in activities that you find interesting and relevant. 

You’ve resolved your self-destructive habits.

You’re progressing on your goals, and you’re living, first and foremost, for your best self.

How do you get to this point? Incremental improvements, one step at a time. You don’t live your best life by doing one thing, once. You do it by developing the right habits and repeating them day after day. 

 “Though nobody can go back and make a new beginning… Anyone can start over and make a new ending.”

Chico Xavier