You know what's the saddest words you can say--"shoulda, woulda, coulda".

All those things in our past of how we wished we could have done differently, or wish we didn't do at all. But as time goes by, we grow older and we learn things as we age. And that's not to mean that we should regret what we did before we learned stuff in a different way.

If you think about it, if we didn't get to experience those, we might not have grown into the same adults that we know as we are today.

So, how about living life with no regrets? Getting rid of those negative shoulda, woulda coulda? Though we may be older and wiser, we're still not exempted from making mistakes. In living life with no regrets, be aware that it's fine when you make mistakes. Just make sure that you learn from it and you move on. Most important thing? You forgive yourself.

*Be grateful for all the things you have now rather than complaining for what you lack. Realize that others wish something that you have.

*Follow your own journey. Don't mind what others want you to follow. It's your life, not theirs anyway.

*Find fun and happiness with as several people as you can. Every person has a story. By listening to them, you may find insights and lessons in living.

*Have fun, enjoy and laugh as if there's no tomorrow. A happy energy draws a lot of people!

*Wish everyone well sincerely sans envy.

*Take more risks you only dream of doing. Be adventurous. Because you get to live only once!

We begin to be regretful if we keep on comparing ourselves to others. Others will always have something you don't and vice versa. To live life with no regrets, just take life where it takes you and don't be afraid to take the challenge.

Author's Bio: 

The author of this article, Amy Twain, is a Self Improvement Coach who has been successfully coaching and guiding clients for many years. Amy recently published a new home study course on how to boost your Self Esteem. Click here to get more info about her Quick-Action Plan for A More Confident You.