During a sunset, and an innocent game of throw-the-ball, my poor iphone took a tumble in slow motion.
Good afternoon, my Lovelies! Hope your Zensday Wednesday is looking better than my hair looked this morning. I can’t be held entirely responsible: I hung out with Jazzy last night. She made the yummiest salad and a pizza that went perfectly with the wine we
heartily drank sampled. It was a perfect evening, replete with a gorgeous sunset, some chatting on her balcony and lots of catch-up in her cozy, gorgeous digs as french musique played in the background. This morning looked a little less picturesque. My puffy eyes and my pillow head made sure I remembered I don’t live in a movie or a French cafe. Oy.
Back to hoping your day is going better than my appearance this morning.
I read an article recently about a guy who started to make his passwords goals he wanted to accomplish. Whether it was forgiveness or trip-planning, he began to notice that his perspective on things started to change. Here is the link to the article.
I started to think that if I did that, not only would I remember my passwords (I recently changed them all and I feel like I have temporary dementia every time I log in to something), but maybe, like the guy in the article, I would start to see my life a little differently. Sort of a mind game to remember gratitude or will power or strategy or goals. I have started doing it. It is going well. Sort of. I keep forgetting EXACTLY what my goals are and EXACTLY what I want to bring in to my life (maybe that is the bigger problem, no?). Funny thing about passwords…they like exactness.
It’s all a process anyway (life, love, this password experiment). I just want to get better at remembering so that I can start to live with a bit more intention (and also so that I don’t get locked out from too many false attempts at guessing).
Maybe my password should be: iwillsorememberThistime123 – like hastags.
I will let you know how it goes, unless I can’t remember how to log in here.