time of one's life

the time of (one's) life

An extremely fun, exciting, or enjoyable time (doing something). I traveled to France for the first time last summer, and I had the time of my life! A: "Did the kids enjoy the circus?" B: "Oh, they had the time of their lives!"
See also: life, of, time

time of one's life

An extremely pleasurable experience; see under of one's life.
See also: life, of, time
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In a deeper, truer sense though, a selfie is a reflection of a moment in time of one's life journey.
They added that due to not being vaccinated, everyone's life was at risk because the fatal disease may strike at any time of one's life.
They have leveraged their assets to make sure they don't find themselves relying on their children to take care of them in their final years, the most expensive time of one's life, according to government studies.
Obviously none of them were familiar with the massive amount of scientific evidence showing one can affect one's own health in many positive ways, at any time of one's life. Focusing on regular exercise, Kolata concluded that "there are real limits to what can be done to reverse the damage caused by a lifetime of unhealthy living." Of course there are "limits." But when reading that article one might conclude "why bother," rather than "let's see just how much I can stretch those limits, for myself, at any age." Fortunately, Ms.
Of course you feel low talking about it, because it's a terrible time of one's life, but then you go out, the sun is shining and it's gone.
Shelley Taylor, a psychologist; Kolata concluded that "there are real limits to what can be done to reverse the damage caused by a lifetime of unhealthy living." Interestingly enough, she interviewed none of the legion of scientists who believe the massive amount of scientific evidence that one can affect one's own health in many positive ways, at any time of one's life.