How Do You Fill Your Bucket?

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How do you fill your bucket? Do you have a morning routine? 

Many people enjoy a morning coffee and reflect. Some study scriptures. There are those that don’t have a morning routine.  There is no right or wrong.  It’s whatever you feel like works for you to get your day started.  

You have read in my early blogs how much I love my time with my family.  While that is true, I personally enjoy a morning jog!  I am not very speedy, but there is just something about fresh air and a good sweat! It is a great time for me to clear my head and self-reflect. 

The thing that helps me get out of bed each morning is my running buddy, my Mia girl! She is a very active Belgian Malinois.  She also helps to fill my bucket too!  I love that she welcomes me when I get home from work. She is crazy and wild! She zips through the house making noises like Chewbacca… and always a toy in her mouth.  She also follows me around the house, if I head downstairs to change laundry she is on my heels.. only for a second tho, she usually pushes passed me.  If I am making dinner, there she is watching me.  She has the funnest personality.  

This time of year is a little depressing….. I have to go to the gym, cause it’s DARK and COLD outside. It still helps with my attitude.  The gals at work can attest to that.  I’m usually a grumpy pants if I didn’t get some kind of workout in.  

We are always being pulled in a million different directions.  It is very important for you to find something to help fill your bucket.  You can NOT give from an empty bucket.  


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