Now here is a great way to come up with a long password and help improve your life. Just create one that reminds you of some self-improvement activity (e.g., go to bed early, drink more water, etc.). After typing in this new password umpteen times a day for a few months, hopefully you have made that change you’ve always been wanting.
I’ve used this concept over the years. Sometimes it helped. Other times it didn’t. Still, at least it was a good way to come up with a password that met some of the more ludicrous corporate complexity requirements (add a number and a period and you’re good to do).
“How could she do something like this to me?” said a voice in my head. All the time. Every day.
Back in 2011, when everything had gradients, iOS icons made sense, and people used deodorants, I was stuck in middle of a pretty bad depression due to my divorce.
Thankfully, I think I was smart enough (and had great people around me) so I found ways to stay afloat.
Today’s post pic is from Kutztown.edu.