What is the user experience of life? My life or your life? How is it designed, planned and executed? Does it go according to plan or not?
UX as it is now called and popularized is akin to service or usability. Does it meet and/or surpass emotional expectations? Do those expectations change? I am one who thinks that UX is wholly in the hands of the creator (read the individual). I also feel that UX goes beyond how I interacted with a smart phone or a robotic piece of software. What is my emotional interaction with a bistro that serves brunch? How is my UX shaped by the social emotional aspects of the environment?
With the above questions in mind try designing your UX of life today. Have a friendly beverage and smile a friendly smile.