the here and now

the here and now

The present; this point in time. Yes, but I'm not worried about his past production—I'm worried about his low sales in the here and now! Try to be in the here and now, instead of focusing so much on what the future may bring.
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the here and now

the present, as opposed to the past or the future. I don't care what's happening tomorrow or next week! I care about the here and now. The past is dead. Let's worry about the here and now.
See also: and, here, now

here and now

1. At this moment, as in We must reach a decision here and now. [Early 1800s]
2. the here and now. This life, the present, as in We'd better think of the here and now before worrying about future generations. [Early 1900s]
See also: and, here, now