I'm with Leo on this. Leo Tolstoy.
"Happiness consists of living each day as if it were the first day of your honeymoon and the last day of your vacation."
That goes double for Mná na hÉireann right now, clearly.
They are not letting a certain virus stop them taking to the slopes and beaches this month. Acclaimed knitwear designer and new mum Lucy Nagle flew to Barbados with her family last week.
Forgive me for being so reductive but Lucy looked lovely on the beach in one of her hot pink cashmere designs.
Meanwhile, model, actress and singer Michele McGrath was on the piste in Andorra having just spent a few weeks in Bali.
While Ireland's sweetheart Aoibhín Garrihy is just back from a week in the Canaries with her husband John and daughters, 21-month-old Hanorah and baby Líobhan, who was born at the end of November.
Aoibhín was promoting holidays closer to home as she MC-ed the official launch of Tourism Day at the Museum of Literature Ireland in Stephen's Green on Thursday.
Apologises again for being so reductive, but the Co Clare star was wearing a green suit from Mango, and was accompanied by her mother Clare and sister Ailbhe.
Aoibhín - who did a particularly good star turn on Dancing with the Stars in 2017 - joined the nation's favourite dancer, and broadcaster, Mary Kennedy to give details about Tourism Day.
Excuse me if I turn into a zealous PR foot soldier but this is an industry initiative supported by Fáilte Ireland that will see over 100 tourist attractions open to the public free of charge on April 17 on the Easter break. Tickets are going fast so log onto www.tourismday.ie