I STILL DO THINGS HERE >8( My sister has a rule in her workplace that "Can't" is a bad word; you're not allowed to say you "can't" unless you follow it with "Yet." It prevents self-defeatist language. In my personal language, I avoid using the word 'hate' frivolously. Hate is something I sincerely hope none of you ever have to actually feel; when I was a teen I thought I hated my parents, when I was a kid I thought I hated celery, when I joined the workforce I thought I hated my boss, but when you actually encounter that sick, heavy feeling that sinks into your gut and poisons your mind, it's in a league all its own. Hate is way too much power to spend on something you dislike; my refusal to use the word frivolously is part in recognition that hatred is a serious and horrible thing, and part that I don't want to promote negativity toward things that really don't deserve it. I don't hate it when the line is long, I just find it annoying. What everyday type habits do you enforce or try to enforce on yourself in order to keep yourself thinking positively, or, by contrast, to prevent thinking negatively?