Postpone Nothing is a movement to inspire people to Live Life Now!

We inspire people to act, through examples, dialogue, mentorships, support, and funding.

It might start with a baby step or just a new awareness to break old habits. Reading about and sharing how to live a meaningful life, we help each other act differently.  Each small step towards a goal or accomplishment over time creates massive change in human lives.  We want to promote and support that growth. 

This site will share many human stories, we hope to move you to action, recognize personal accomplishment, and bring awareness to your own life and what is important to you.

We hope you will be inspired to visit often and enjoy interacting… Helping others live their best lives starting right now.


“One day or day one. It’s your decision.”

– Anon


“Last Day on Earth” by Caitlin Quisenberry

Last Day on Earth

“When I heard Nancy’s story… how she survived through 17 years of battling breast cancer, how she fully lived out her life postponing nothing, and how she wrote her own eulogy, calling all of us to act on living our lives as if it were our last day on earth; I felt called to write this song” shares Caitlin.  “I wanted to be part of Nancy’s inspiring message and help her fulfill her wish to touch the lives of others still living.   Of all the songs I’ve written, this one flowed effortlessly.  I felt Nancy’s presence guiding me.”

About Caitlin Quisenberry:
Nashville’s newest darling Caitlin Quisenberry is bringing her Denver flair to Music City. No stranger to the stage, Caitlin first started singing at age three. When she was 14, she recorded her first EP with multi-GRAMMY-winning producer Robert Cutarella and the following year found herself on American Idol, where she earned a Golden Ticket and was pushed through to Hollywood. While in college Caitlin took her talents to the next level, studying in Switzerland with renowned opera singer Karine Mkrtchyan. Now that she calls Nashville home, Caitlin has teamed up with producers Ben Simonetti (Zac Brown Band) and Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Chris Stapleton) to create music that speaks to everyday life and interpersonal relationships that are easily relatable. Her debut single “Blue,” premiered on CMT and “WHAT IF” was chosen as one of their picks of the week. She was also named “Nashville’s Newest Darling” by Hype Magazine and has received placements in American Songwriter, New Music Nashville, Country Note, ThinkTankNashville, Westword, and multiple Spotify playlists including “New Music Nashville.”

Non-profit organization Postpone Nothing seeks to answer the question ‘How can you change your life today?’ In partnership with rising Nashville country artist Caitlin Quisenberry, they have released a single called “Last Day On Earth” which speaks to a life well lived.  Inspired by the life motto and words of dearly departed friend Nancy Butler, the emotional single encourages listeners to live life to the fullest and postpone nothing.

Since 2020, Postpone Nothing has worked to inspire others to live life to the fullest and not put anything off since tomorrow is not always guaranteed.  While still a young organization, Postpone Nothing has already inspired many to go back to school, travel around the world, prioritize intrapersonal relationships, and live an overall more conscious life.  Through their website, Postpone Nothing has begun to cultivate a community of people helping to support each other to accomplish their life goals through dialogue, mentorships, companionship, and funding.

“What are you postponing?” This question is at the core of Postpone Nothing’s message since the organization’s inception in 2020 by David Cohen after being inspired by his dear friend Nancy Butler and her desire to live life to the fullest after being diagnosed with cancer. In the 17 years after her diagnosis, Nancy climbed 14-thousand-foot peaks, visited 40+ countries and states, jumped from planes, went to national parks, fostered teenage girls, built a house on the river, and headed an organization that conserved 25,000 acres of the headwaters of the Rio Grande. Throughout that time, she encouraged others to “Postpone Nothing” as there is no better time to live out your dreams than the present.


Since Nancy’s passing, Postpone Nothing has dedicated itself to creating a community to help support others accomplish their life goals through advice, mentorships, companionship, and funding, if applicable.  In 2022, Postpone Nothing teamed up with rising country artist Caitlin Quisenberry to release “Last Day on Earth.” The moving and contemplative song encourages listeners to look within themselves and really think about how they would live if they knew their time was limited.

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