If you are new to a place, living or visiting, OR if you’ve lived there for many years, you must get out there and play full out! The fun is out there, on the court!
In the past week, I’ve met so many new people: in a cooking class, “laughter yoga” class, at a lecture, at a Coffee Morning and through other friends. Life’s too short to stay home, alone and bored. I say go have fun! Put yourself out there and play! Yes, the first step is the hardest, scariest, riskiest, but you don’t know what’s on the other side until you venture out.
Remember, the fun starts with a smile and a “hello!” Go out and have fun, make friends and live your great life!
Spring Break 2014 is in the history books of the Schnitzer Family.
When we started the break, two weeks ago, I wasn’t sure what we’d do, if we’d go anywhere, how it would turn out. In pure Schnitzer form, we had a blast, went to two other Emirates and made more memories.
I’m always certain that when I am present, great things happen. When I use my imagination, great things happen. When I open my mouth to say “hello,” great things happen.
My mantra is HAVE FUN EVERYDAY and I live that authentically. I pack as much as I can in a day: outings, activities, functions, parties, personal visits etc. Having said that, I must share “a day in the life” of me.
Thursday, 10 April 2014
5:00am wake up ~ check emails, Facebook and Skype
7:00am catch the bus to Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi
7:30 loaded on a bus to Sharjah (another Emirate, north of Dubai)
10:00am private tour of the Islamic museum
11:00am shop and explore the famous Blue Souq in Sharjah
1:10 am walk to the Dhow Restaurant (a real dhow boat converted to a restaurant)
2:15pm load back on the bus to return to Abu Dhabi
5:00pm bus back to apartment
7:00pm enter hosts home for a murder mystery party
1:15am head on the pillow.
That’s one fun-filled, jam-packed day. I love my blessed life. I awoke at noon today, hence the tardy blog entry.
Remember: have FUN everyday! Love the people in your life. Appreciate everything and be grateful.