49 Quotes About Being Carefree

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Ending the pursuit of perfection is just one way to let lose and start living carefree. These quotes about being carefree will bring you the inspiration and encouragement to start letting go.

“A carefree letting go of oneself, not a caution, but a wise blindness.”

“A carefree quality is a whole aspect of life that I will never understand. I don’t think I have ever been carefree and can’t see the pleasure of it.”

“A good character is the only guarantee of everlasting, carefree happiness.”

“A lot of young people think they are not going to die – and that’s a great thing about being a young person, is living in this carefree oblivion.”

“A single overstatement, wherever or however it occurs, diminishes the whole, and a carefree superlative has the power to destroy, for the reader, the object of the writer’s enthusiasm.”

“As you embrace the present and become one with it, and merge with it, you will experience a fire, a glow, a sparkle of ecstasy throbbing in every sentient being.”

“Be carefree yet careful: While you should work on overcoming unnecessary worrying, have a healthy fear of danger and sensibly guard yourself from harm.”

“Being carefree, you can fit in anywhere. If you’re not carefree you keep on bumping up against things.”

“Being free brings a lightness, a carefree surrender to all that is happening around you, and, above all, an acceptance of reality.”

“Childhood should be carefree, playing in the sun; not living a nightmare in the darkness of the soul.”

“College. I didn’t even realize it was carefree at the time, but looking back, that was the most carefree time ever.”

“Comfort food is the food that makes us feel good – satisfied, calm, cared for and carefree. It’s food that fills us up emotionally and physically. Finding comfort in food is a basic human experience.”

“Even though being a kid is kind of a carefree sort of thing for the most part, I guess there are definitely a lot of things that stick in kids’ minds.”

“Fun is carefree. I am not carefree.”

“Half of me knows too much to be carefree. But the other half knows enough to be grateful.”

“He seemed wild and dangerous and carefree–well, he would, would’nt he? What were motorcycles and black leather pants if not the uniform of a wild, dangerous and carefree man?”

“Her heart was bruised by the kiss, smashed and surprised and unsettled by it. September thought kisses were all nice, sweet things asked for gently and given gladly.”

“Honestly, my favorite kind of dancing is just lettin’ loose. There’s something great about the carefree flinging of your body to great music. It can be so joyous.”

“I can’t be overwhelmingly happy. I’m never free for a moment day and night from the uncertainty in which we live these days, which excludes any carefree plans for tomorrow and casts a shadow over all the days to come.”

“I grew up as this very carefree, happy kid then things turned darker for me. Maybe it was because I saw that the world wasn’t as happy a place as I had hoped it would be for me.”

“I have reached the stage now where luxury is not in fine possessions but in carefree possessions, and the greatest luxury of all would be the completely expendable.”

“I liked her… I really liked her. I wanted to protect her. I approached her in a gentle, playful manner, because she’s so precious and I wanted to hold her in my arms because she’s so carefree. She was my treasure.”

“I wish I had that carefree lifestyle. But I guess I’m more private, and more inside.”

“I’m like the opposite of one of those comedians who’s funny on stage and depressed behind closed doors . On record, I can get pretty dark, but in real life I’m very carefree.”

“I’m very private in person. I’m very sensitive and shy with men individually. But when I’m talking, maybe there’s this other channel or this other side and other way of working in my mind, and I convert and become carefree.”

“In a recent dream, God revealed to me a door leading us into four new hopes that will prepare us to be like those who were healed and strengthened in hope and able to stand when the lightning bolt hit.”

“In my solitude, many miles from men and houses, I am in a childishly happy and carefree state of mind, which you are incapable of understanding unless someone explains it to you.”

“In the midst of a culture that is rationally organized for a vocational workaday life, there is hardly any room for the cultivation of acosmic brotherliness, unless it is among strata who are economically carefree.”

“It is not because I do not love my adopted land – it is the natural feeling of one far from home, who remembers those happy, carefree days when life flowed at full tide, without responsibility, flashing past one like the drama in a fascinating story of adventure and romance.”

“I’ve always had a sense of responsibility – I think that comes with being the oldest kid in the family. Now, I’m getting more comfortable with acting a little younger and carefree because I’ve been so responsible my whole life.”

“Just as the heart becomes carefree in a place of green, growing plants, goodwill and kindness are born when our souls enter happiness.”

“Let’s say I hope that I appeal to the more carefree times in a person’s life rather than to his reasoning adulthood. I’d just like to be an image that reminds someone of joy rather than of the problems of the world.”

“Life is glorious when it is happy; days are carefree when they are happy; the interplay of thought and imagination is far superior to that of muscle and sinew.”

“Men couldn’t care less if your strands are perfectly styled and neat. In fact, he might like you more with some wildness or bedhead, since it shows you’re carefree and relaxed.”

“Mortals always want something more- they wish for money, but what they’re really after is to be carefree. Power when what they really want is control. Beauty when they want love. Sometimes they know it, sometimes they don’t.”

“Most of us tend to view childhood as a time of carefree pleasure. Those of us who have looked at the real condition of children in America, however, see a very different picture-one in which children are victims of terrible discrimination, prejudice, and abuse.”

“Now if I appear to be carefree it’s only to camouflage my sadness. In order to keep my pride I try to cover the hurt with a show of gladness.”

“Play stimulates the parts of the brain involved in both careful, logical reasoning and carefree, unbound exploration.”

“She transforms once again into someone carefree, and I transform into someone whose only care is her.”

“She’d play around and tease me with her carefree devil eyes. She’d hold me close and kiss me, but her heart was full of lies.”

“The grey paintings, for example, a painted grey surface, completely monochromatic – they come from a motivation, or result from a state, that was very negative.”

“The group is enthusiastic about making art, but it’s also a good excuse to get together with friends and to enjoy each other’s company and to catch up on what’s going on with us.”

“The only people who think children are carefree are the ones who’ve forgotten their own childhood.”

“The press still considers me one of the most laid-back athletes since Babe Ruth. That’s supposed to be a criticism, but I consider it a compliment because I think being carefree on the course is one of the secrets to scoring well consistently.”

“The world won’t end with a bang or a whimper. It’ll end with the death screams of a thousand demons and a defiant, carefree, savage, wolfen howl.”

“There seems to be an inclination among rock musicians to be very carefree with money, but I negotiate the best flight and hotel deals on our tours to maximise the band’s income – I don’t want too see too much taken off the top line.”

“To shut the door at the end of the workday, which does not spill over into evening. To throw away books after reading them so theydon’t have to be dusted.”

“We treat our encounters with them with carefree casualness. We are certain that our relationships will naturally take care of themselves.”

“When you’re a kid, you live carefree. You notice things that go on around you, but you live like a kid with no worries until you get to that certain age where trials and tribulations come and you gotta fight and stay on your toes. That’s when survival instincts kick in.”

It is not easy to live carefree. Having some intent to what you want to achieve will help to take you there.

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