6 couldn't we just forget about work for one afternoon and live a little?
enjoy oneself, enjoy life, have fun, be happy, live life to the full;
flourish, prosper, thrive, make the most of life
live it up
- informal those two are living it up in Hawaiilive extravagantly, live in the lap of luxury, live in clover;informal go on a spree, push the boat out, paint the town red, have a ball, make whoopee, go overboard, make a pig of oneselfNorth American informal live high on/off the hogarchaic wassail
live up to
- the drive certainly lived up to my expectations[Antonyms] exceed, fall short ofmeasure up to, match up to, come up to, reach, satisfy, fulfil, achieve, meet, equal, be equal to, be on a level with, compare with, admit of comparison, bear comparison with;be good enough, fit/fill the billinformal hold a candle to