a recovering IVF addict, now momma to 4 boys
23Aug / 2010
Change all of your passwords to something positive. Typing it in every day will remind you to think happy, positive thoughts!
P.S. One more sleep! Yay!
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Again we are kindred spirit. My password is a bible passage.
Good luck tomorrow!
hrm. my passwords are barely rememberable (yep, made that up) but I do love the idea… Wishing you the best tomorrow–and wanted to say that I too sometimes do dessert before the rest…otherwise the tiredness/fullness post-meal just makes it too tempting to pass out 🙂
Yeah for that hot raw date night girl! One mo sleep… i can’t believe its here already. Get ready to be pregnant girl… SO SO SO excited for you. I will never change my passwords as nice as it sounds, good coping skill for sure though. xoxox
its funny you say that because i have to change my password on the mainframe every 6 weeks. after the failure it was notnow and that soothed me in some way. funny how i can’t remember what it was before the failure…but now its back to something loving and happy and something about my T
it does make me feel better typing it in every morning
good idea to share 🙂
I have done this before, too, and it worked wonders for my morale. I’m so glad you blogged about it!
Thinking of you this morning good luck!
I made my favorite kitty my password for a while. It always made me smile until the morning he managed to spill my breakfast, break a plate, swoosh across the table sending everything flying, eat my sandwich that was for lunch, then pass out on top of my car keys – which I was late to work as I searched frantically for them. Everytime I had to enter his name I got irritated with him all over again!
That wasn’t a very positive story, I now realize.
PS – I can’t wait to hear the good news! 🙂 Sending all good vibes your way!!
OMG I absolutely ADORE this idea. ADORE!!!! I’m totally doing that.
Okay, you are in the thick of things. Thinking of you and sending a million zillion good vibes your way.
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