• James Evangelista

Make Each Day Count



2020 has been a wild year.


It feels like it was just March yesterday. People are outside, enjoying their lives, rushing to go to work, taking photos for their socials, etc. What a year this has been. A year of downs and hopefully some ups as well. Lot of us lost our jobs, lost our businesses, broke, and lost in life.

If you’re one of those individuals who still got a job, you are lucky. Be grateful that you still have money to pay the bills. Avoid the consumerist mindset for now because of the uncertain future. Don’t buy the things you don’t need, especially if you can’t pay for it in cash. Live below your means. Don’t keep up with the Joneses.


We are a few weeks away before 2020 ends. Who knows what will happen in 2021? Will life get better or worse? The world changed and you should change too.


This pandemic is a reminder for all of us: We should make each day count. Use your sense of urgency to motivate you and push you to be a better person.


Life is short and uncertain. Make each day count. Small progress is better than no progress at all. Aim to be a better person than who you were yesterday. Clock’s ticking. Make each day count.

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