Looking at option contracts... they die one day. And the structure of the contract makes time of the essence and loses theta daily (and becomes non-linear closer to exp). So my question is, is it possible, do any of you trade options in a longer-term timeframe? I'm talking more than 45DTE and even wondering if trading 6 month/1 year until exp contract and make a significant return that compensates for all the small-time framed trades you would've done? So instead of trading 100 times a month just put on a few trades, up the position sizing if needed and sit back for the longer term? Does anyone do anything similar to this?