n. The attitude that a person has just one life to live, so should live it well.
Gap Adventures' YOLO (You Only Live Once) series, designed specifically for younger travellers, offers budget-friendly prices and lots of optional extras to places like Asia, Central America, South America and Europe.
—Kathryn Folliott, “Youth travel deals: Surf it up in breathtaking northern B.C,” The Toronto Star, October 14, 2010
When you love what you do and it doesn't feel like a job, then you know it's your passion. I go to 20 camps a year; not once has it felt like i am going to work. I get excited and pumped to share my love for helping others achieve their dreams. I live by the YOLO motto: 'you only live once,' so don't spend your life doing what you don't love to do.
—Jen Hendershott, “Question of the Month,” Flex, July 01, 2009
1996 (earliest)
For the past couple of weeks, Hart has convened the Juleps and a select cadre of other percussionists at the 50-acre ranch he calls YOLO (You Only Live Once) to assemble the live version of "The Mystery Box," which he will unveil this afternoon at Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey.
—Joel Selvin, “Mickey Hart Marches on to His Own Beat,” The San Francisco Chronicle, May 26, 1996