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I am kind. I am smart. I am important. Sunday July 5, 2015

I gave myself a fairly basic password to get into my Moodscope account because I wanted something easy and quick to type so that I wouldn't be frustrated by forgetting, misspelling and locking myself out. Now when I come to type in my password a thought pops into my head 'keep it simple, log in easily'. This thought happens every time.

It is an accidental mantra which came about because I log into moodscope a lot so I repeat the same thought process a lot.

I think I could apply this in other ways.

Perhaps I could write on the bathroom mirror "I am kind. I am smart. I am important." (yes that's from The Help, I love it!), so when I look in the mirror each morning I am reminded of it. Maybe I will even start saying it when I look in other mirrors, that's got to be a good habit, hasn't it?

So tell me, what thought would you like to have over and again?

And where would you put your note/sign/scribble so that you can see it and think it every day?

Wishing you all a good day,


Claire
A Moodscope member.


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