Do you recall laying on a beach listening to waves crash and feeling the salty breeze on your skin, watching a child with a contagious giggle and catching yourself smiling too, feeling exhilaration while riding a roller coaster, tasting your favorite dessert, or feeling your heart pounding as you push through the final leg of a race? One thing these all have in common is they bring us into the present. For a moment, we get out of our thinking heads and embody the present moment. Most of us do not stay here long before our busy minds pick up right where they left off. What are we spending so much time thinking about if it is not what is directly in front of us? One common contributor to our ruminating thoughts about the future are what I call the I’ll be happy when’s.