1. I like to thank God each morning I wake up for giving me another day. Another chance to spend with my love ones and see the beauty he has created out loud. While looking up towards teh sky. I use to do this each day as a routine. I have not been doing it much lately. But have been trying to get back in the habit.

    I really enjoy posts. They always give me something to think about and reflect up on. Thank you for continuing to do that.

  2. Elizabeth O.

    So that’s what happened! Well, if anything it’s definitely a good thing because traffic is increasing and lot more people are reading your posts. These are so inspiring and much needed for the start of the week, thank you!

  3. I try to wake and clear my thoughts, set my daily goals, and I’d like to try meditation as well. I really hadn’t thought much about my time here, until I started having health issues; now I’m grateful for every day.

  4. I start my day grateful for the opportunity of having another day of health. And I’m happy you sort-of broke the Internet, Karen, especially in the wake of what your family has experienced recently. (You also have an awesome provider). Best wishes for a successful second half of the year.

  5. That is truly amazing how much traffic your blog is seeing. How awesome! I love reading your encouragement everyday. I don’t always do a quiet time but I do enjoy researching and looking into everything about a specific verse.

  6. CourtneyLynne

    Love this!!!! I use to struggle with priorities and these days I rock at things! I swear it’s all perspective! Chance your perspective, change your life 😉

  7. Lexie Lane

    Exceeding bandwidth may sounds negative, but actually it means more people are visiting. So, congrats!

  8. Nikki Jenner

    This is a blogger’s nightmare when you exceed your bandwidth. But, this is also good for the business.

  9. Nicole Escat

    I am so glad about the traffic on your blog. It is a nice thing though not being able to access your blog is annoying.

  10. That sounds very doable and spiritually rewarding. I wish more people would devote the best time of their days for some thanksgiving. And I’m sorry to hear about what happened with the bandwidth, happened to me too and that’s right after I left for a long trip without internet.

  11. I am just loving every bit of it. I agree we must be honest with ourselves in our priorities & make sure to adopt to changes to keep God in first place. Bandwidth issue may be irritating, but at the end of the day it means you are getting more visitors! Good luck & thanks for inspiring!

  12. Robin Rue

    The bandwidth overload sounds like a great blessing in disguise! Congratulations on breaking the internet. Double inspiration with this post today for me was great 🙂

  13. Krystle Cook

    Prioritizing your life is definitely important. The way you map out your day can definitely have an impact on your mood and everything else.

  14. Leigh Anne Borders

    Joyce Meyer is such an inspiration. I find that when I do start my day off with inspiration, I am reminded throughout the day of who I belong to. It helps set my day up!

  15. I started my day with preparing and cooking breakfast and school food for my boys and husband. Now that I am left at home, I have the time to check on the internet and of course, say my prayer. I would love to do some meditation as well. It feels good somehow to have the house by yourself and just feel its emptiness.

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