During the Labor Day weekend, my daughter and I made our way to the community pool for some hot weather relief. We splashed in the pool on a hot summer day and reflected on our recent summer adventures. We even promised to make a Bucket List of adventures we still need to put on the calendar. This renewed hope and promise of “just one more day” and “just one more memory” really got me thinking . . . How often do you put things off until tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, or dare I say it when I grow up, when the kids grow up, move out, retire? My nine-year old daughter pleasantly reminded me that “I just need to be a KID again.” Done. I jumped off the diving board. I slid down the inflatable giant slide. I splashed in the lazy river. We giggled. Ate Ice Cream. And giggled somemore until absolute silliness ensued. In this day of hurry-out-the-door madness, take the time to truly be in the moment. Pause. Breathe. Reset. The practice of yoga has given me a gift to realize that even when life is hard, there is always another day and another chance to get it right. Summer has always been my favorite time of year. This year, I am incredibly grateful for my health and well-being, the love of my family, and the power of true friends around the globe. My message for you: Life is short. Don’t put off what you can do today. Start living the life you want today for tomorrow is not guaranteed.