How Can You Avoid Your Biggest Regret?

You don't want to get to the end of your life without having the opportunity to change the one thing that you wish you could have. Take this quiz to discover how you can avoid your biggest regret.

Question 1/10
How old are you?
Under 30
51 or above
I'll never tell

Question 2/10
Do you have children?
I have grandchildren
I don't know

Question 3/10
When was your last vacation?
Less than 3 months ago
3-6 months ago
7-12 months ago
Over a year ago
None of these

Question 4/10
If you had the chance to "do over" your high school years, would you take it?
No, it wasn't that long ago
Seeing my children go through it is enough
No, I learned some valuable life lessons
I don't know

Question 5/10
Are you in debt?
A little, but it's nothing I can't handle
I don't know

Question 6/10
What is stopping you from doing what you love?
Time constraints
Family responsibilities
Worrying about whether it will work out or not
Nothing, I do what I want
None of these

Question 7/10
Are you in love?
I don't know

Question 8/10
How often do you take the time to enjoy the outdoors?
A few times a week
Every now and then
I don't know

Question 9/10
Are you comfortable being alone?
Not really
I don't know

Question 10/10
If you had an extra hour in your day, what would you do with it?
Spend it with my family
Spend it with my partner
Take time for myself
See something new
None of these
Everybody has things to worry about. Money, careers, children, and relationships all are causes for concern but worrying won't do anything to change problems or prevent disaster. Instead try to live in and enjoy the moment. You can avoid your biggest regret by spending less time worrying.

Spend Less Time Worrying
You wouldn't want to leave your loved ones without them knowing how much you truly care about them. Say "I love you" throughout the day. Say it when you leave in the morning, when you come home. Text it throughout the day. Leave little notes. You can never say it enough. You can avoid your biggest regret by saying "I love you" more.

Say "I Love You" More
Parents take on many roles and can get caught up in the day to day routine and forget to have fun. Your kids won't remember how clean the house was, but they will remember the time that you spent laughing together. You can avoid your biggest regret by playing with your children or grandchildren more.

Play With Your Children or Grandchildren
People rarely regret the chance that they took that didn't work out because of lessons they learn. You know you are thinking of taking a risk, but fear is holding you back. Don't let it. If it works out great! If not, you will become stronger because of it. You can avoid your biggest regret by taking a risk.

Take a Risk
Many people spend their life accumulating things that they can't take with them. Something that nobody can take from you is your memories, so make some good ones. You can avoid your biggest regret by investing in experiences, not things.

Invest in Experiences Not Things