seize the day


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seize the day

  (formal)
to use an opportunity to do something that you want and not to worry about the future Seize the day, young man. You may never get the chance to embark on such an adventure again.
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For the next four weeks on Jockey's Facebook page, Jockey and Rachel Zoe are challenging the women of America to Seize the Day in Skimmies and expand their fashion comfort zones with a series of fun and fashionable daily challenges.
Hughes added: "It's seize the day time - and that is a hard thing to do because everyone thinks there's always tomorrow or next week.
I want to seize the day and take advantage of this year," People quoted Brinkley as saying.
Jim Carrey: Back doing what he does best in new film Yes Man - perfect New Year fodder if you want to at least start 2009 with big plans to seize the day.
Cancer-hit Jane's existence was a reminder to all of us to seize the day, whatever the circumstances.
It's a bit racy but not terribly raunchy, and lively fun to read, with a clear message about learning to discover oneself, reach out to others, and seize the day.
But because modern agriculture demands high yields from densely planted crops, they need modern commercial honey bees, in massive quantities, in order to seize the day when the bloom is peaking.
Glenys Evans, who wrote Seize The Day, tailored the part especially for Sarah because of her ability and love of the playwright.
Ezratty, "Faded Glory Capital decided to seize the day, and market its land when demand for new development sites in Manhattan is at an all-time high.
Haste makes waste, and fools rush in where angels fear to tread; but time waits for no man, seize the day, and strike while the iron is hot.
Many of his sentiments echo those of Gilgamesh's detractors: carpe diem, seize the day, for tomorrow we die.
We didn't have a contract or anything so when we were ready to record Seize the Day we didn't know if they'd be into it, but all we had to do was ask.
In the film "Dead Poets' Society", Robin Williams plays a gifted and dedicated teacher determined to help his students appreciate the age-old adage Carpe Diem or, seize the day.