"Good Morning ~ Night Sunshine" ... How Do You Start Your Day?

By MAYS Latest Reply 2010-08-26 20:16:48 -0500
Started 2010-08-26 07:31:49 -0500

How your morning starts, can (sometimes) set the tone for your day.

My mornings begin daily with a prayer, then a finger prick for my blood glucose reading (my numbers are very, very important).

What's your routine, how do you start your day, or night?


8 replies

RAYT721 2010-08-26 20:16:48 -0500 Report

6:00 testing, email / diabetic connect, shower, getting dressed, quick breakfast, kiss and wake the wife, and it's out the door at 7:00.

GabbyPA 2010-08-26 19:16:51 -0500 Report

I usually hit the floor running and the key to my day being good is starting with a breakfast that is healthy and drops my levels instead of raising them. If I can start lower early in the day, the better my overall day will be. Plus, I usually at least pop in here to see what everyone is up to.

petals 2010-08-26 10:24:23 -0500 Report

I start my day with the Lord, I set aside at least one hour for quiet time every morning. I pray, read the Bible and listen for the Lords sweet voice to guide my day. I need this time to center me and help me through out the day. Then I stick my finger, eat breakfast, do my chores and workout in the afternoon.

alanbossman 2010-08-26 10:05:52 -0500 Report

I get up and check my gluose reading. On mondays, wed, and fri. i go to the gym early On those days no insulin just metformin.

thabrat30 2010-08-26 08:27:23 -0500 Report

On a good morning, I wake up, stick my finger for a reading, stumble down to the treadmill, run 3/4 - 1 1/2 miles (depending if the treadmill wants to work right) and then get ready for work. On a bad day, I sleep later, stick my finger and get ready for work. :-)

Roy531 2010-08-26 08:09:41 -0500 Report

Having my quiet time for reading the Bible and praying, then stick my finger for my glucose reading. Cannot not make it through the day without my quiet time.


oldtexan 2010-08-26 08:14:20 -0500 Report

Very good ! Have you seen/subscribed to "Biblical Archaeology Review" [check it out on the web]; I think you would really enjoy it…