Everyday Is A New Day to Start Fresh!

You know what I love best about today…? It isn’t yesterday and it certainly isn’t tomorrow…

Everyday is a new day and I am thankful for every breath I take. Its not to be taken for granted. Each day let’s start fresh and new. Whatever is behind us will stay behind us, and whatever is ahead will eventually come. No need to really worry about either.

Each new day brings good and bad. Each new day offers great opportunity as well. The chance to make new decisions, do new things, make new friends. Each new day also gives you the chance to maintain what you have and enjoy it to the fullest.

So come into the new day with a fresh mind and a fresh start. Have the perspective that the new day is all you got, and you have the chance to make it what it will become. How cool is that?


I recently got on a kick watching these time lapse videos from Youtube. A bunch of people do this where they take a new picture everyday and link them together to make a video. Here is just one of them that I think you will enjoy.

9 Months of Gestation in 20 seconds…

15 thoughts on “Everyday Is A New Day to Start Fresh!”

  1. After this post I wanna to say that you have very positive approach towards life. You have very nice thinking towards life. Thanks for this inspirational post.

    1. @ Srinivas – They actually have a video of a guy who photographed himself for 6 years. He is older so you don’t notice much change except in his hair styles but its still cool!

      @ Bunny – Glad you liked it!


  2. Tomorrow is a new day for sure, and we all need to look forward to the new beginning and to let go off the past, if there are bad memories, or things went wrong in the past, because you can’t change the past.

    Till then,


  3. Beautiful article. Everyday really is new. If you make mistakes the day before, the canvas is wiped clean as soon as you wake up the next morning. The next morning is BRAND NEW, untouched and from then on, you can change things. YOu have one life-live it to the full!

  4. The Titanic couldn’t sink! You’d think they’d put some sort of coating on the top to resist impact cracks. Hope they do that in the glass floor of the grand canyon and sears tower observation decks. Although, I’d probably never stand on either!

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