“Every day is a journal
page; every man holds a quill and ink. And there’s plenty of room for writing
in all we do and believe and think. So will you compose a curse, or will today
bring the blessings? Fill the page with rhyming verse, or some random sketching.

Every day is a bank account, and time is our currency. So no one’s rich,
nobody’s poor, we get twenty-four hours each. So how are you gonna spend? Will
you invest or squander?

Try to get ahead, or help someone who’s under?

Teach us to count the days. Teach us to make the days count. Lead us in better
ways. Somehow our souls forget. Life means so much.”

-Chris Rice, Life Means So Much


Make The
Days Count is on the way to becoming one the top blogs on the Internet. Our
focus is much like our title: how to make each day count for more because life
truly does is so short.

With this as our overarching theme, Make The Days
Count writes about: Family, happiness, gratitude, helping others, careers and
finance, books, productivity, fitness and health, simplifying and spirituality.

My name is Dee DeWitt. I am a Christian.  I
 have one dog (currently!). I play guitar in the Faith for Life praise band at
 my church. I was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky.  I’m a
 writer, researcher, consultant, business person and entrepreneur.

And I love editing and writing for Make The Days

Read more: Why Make The Days Count

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