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British pronunciation/lˈaɪv fɹɒm dˈeɪ tə dˈeɪ/
American pronunciation/lˈaɪv fɹʌm dˈeɪ tə dˈeɪ/
to live from day to day
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to experience life in the present moment and focus less on long-term plans or financial preparations

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to [live] from day to day definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "live from day to day" and when to use it?

The idiom "live from day to day" is used to encourage a lifestyle or mindset focused on dealing with life's challenges and uncertainties as they come, without excessive planning or worry about the future.The origin of this phrase is not specific, but it emphasizes the idea of living in the present moment, which has been a common human sentiment throughout history.

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In times of hardship, it's often best to focus on living from day to day and finding happiness in small moments.
While some people plan far ahead, others are content to live from day to day, finding contentment in the here and now.
Instead of stressing about the future, Jane prefers to live from day to day and enjoy the present.
She realized that worrying about tomorrow wasn't helping, so she decided to live from day to day and reduce her stress.
After retiring, he decided to live from day to day, traveling and savoring the simple joys of life.
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