1. You feel fulfilled by the memories, experiences, and relationships you have in your day-to-day existence
When you fall in love with your life, you feel complete because of the people, experiences, and relationships in your surroundings. You are no longer looking for a romantic relationship to make you complete, so you start focusing on the small, amazing things that you give you purpose and meaning.
2. You have learned the slow, beautiful, complicated, rollercoaster ride of loving yourself
As life has moved changed from loving a person to loving your life, you have learned to value your mind and your heart. You have learned that it is okay to prioritize yourself and that you are the only one who can determine your happiness.
3. You find yourself in awe of all that you’ve been through, and of the person you’re still becoming
When you fall in love with life, you begin to respect yourself and what you have become. You become aware of your purpose and the events in your life that have changed you.
4. You no longer feel sad about not being in a relationship; your happiness is invested in, and dependent upon other things
Your relationship status is no longer a burden as you have accepted that your happiness isn’t depended on a romantic partner, rather on your passions, experiences, and yourself.
5. You pray often, and feel both humble and thankful for what you’ve been given
You pray often for the blessings you have been given and for the strength you have been given to pull through the difficult times.
6. You spend more of your days outside or in nature
You value more the world around you and enjoy outdoor activities like biking, hiking, and walk. You spend most of your time in nature and prefer spending time alone.
7. You are continually striving for better
You are striving for better as you want to achieve more in life. You pursue a life that fits your ambitions, goals, purpose, and dreams.
8. You take more time to appreciate the little things
You start to appreciate the little, seemingly insignificant things, such as sunset, sunrise, and other things which are integral part of the life you are living now.
9. You value advice from others, and take time to lend a listening ear
You want to grow, learn new things, experience, and be inspired. So, you value any advice given to you from your loved ones.
10. You spend more time doing things, rather than wishing for things to happen
You are no longer interested in doing things that don’t grow you. You are not into living a mediocre life. When you fall in love with life, you spend doing things that do help you build and grow.
11. You shift your focus to other important pieces of life
When you start appreciating your life, you focus on important things of life, such as your future, finances, career, and hobbies. Simply put, your priorities shift in healthy manners.
12. You travel, explore, and live selfishly
When you fall in love with your life, you want to travel, meet new people, try new foods, and live selfishly.
13. You become more in-tune with your wants and needs
Falling in love with your life means realizing that you love and what you need. It means focusing on your dreams and ambitions, and pursuing them.
14. You value the relationships that you do have, instead of focusing on the ones you don’t
When you are focused on yourself and your own needs, you realize that romantic relationships are not the only thing that can make you happy. You focus on your family and friends more and learn the value of these people.
15. You discover what you’re wildly passionate about, and you make time for those things
You realize that a romantic relationship is not the only thing that can make you happy. Although it is a great thing, it isn’t everything. So, you find out what your true passions are, and you make time for them.