Don't stay in bed. Wake up fast and start the day. Keep straight posture & spine.
Create & update rules based on new life experiences. Adapt each rule to suit my life best. Break off all bad habits I have. Learn new positive habits. Seek new novel experiences/relationships. Collect stories. Be a great friend.
Learn from the past. Don't make same mistakes. Don't dwell on what has happened or what I can't change. Don't fixate on anything (people/items/..). Anything outside of this moment is imagination. Move onwards. Live each moment. Let past go.
Happiness comes from being grateful and appreciative for what I already have. Don't waste time trying to measure my success/happiness by what anyone else thinks it should be. Try and live by my own rules/values.
Be happy. Love myself. Be playful. Make new nice memories and enjoy each moment in life. Savor close relationships. Look towards the future. Be optimistic. Appreciate what I have.
Use proper punctuation and capitalize things appropriately. Use simple language. Be concise & clear.
Use imperative tense for briefness when making tasks (2Do, Trello, GitHub issues). Add useful details where needed.
Remove unnecessary and filler words. Use adverbs sparingly, they often undermine your point. Instead of really like, say love. Say more with less.
Don't assume and say that something is straightforward or clear.
Don't write assertively when reflecting on personal experiences (no should do, you have to, do ..). Instead say it from personal point of view (I try, I seek). Does not apply to docs/guidelines (where assertion is useful and needed).
Writing/teaching in earliest stages of understanding something is most valuable as you haven't built any biases and approach thing with a fresh mind. Its okay to be wrong (sincerely) and update my writing based off new constructive feedback.
Minimize use of articles (a, an, the) as they in most cases add noise.
Hyperlink words/phrases appropriately. Use descriptive link labels (no this).
Use headings to separate sections in articles/docs.
Fix mistakes with spell checker.
Format text to focus attention. Bold = strong emphasis. Italic = soft emphasis. Syntax highlight Code blocks.
Don't repeat myself / duplicate content. Link instead.
Add screenshots/screencasts where appropriate. Take accessibility into account (good visibility of text).
Clear my thinking and journal. Look back on the day and plan the next.
Keep my writing & thinking (especially the wiki) up to date with my latest view on things. Things/opinions change, update accordingly.
Communicate everything clearly. Be honest, kind and empathetic. Don't avoid/ignore conflicts.
Acknowledge and apologize for any mistakes made. Learn and improve.
Don't be cruel in my actions and words. Treat my partner and friends with respect. You are only as pretty as you treat people.
Never underestimate how hurt someone can feel by your words and actions. Stop your behavior as soon as you see a person you care about hurt by you.
Show genuine interest and love in the other person's lives. Especially my partner.
Make sure you and your partner views align regarding what matters (children, future, open relationship etc).
Don't do things in secret if they can be hurtful to your partner (and friends). Don't lie.
Don't bring up hurtful topics again and again. Discuss them once and settle on solution, if any.
Don't complain needlessly and be a burden to anyone's lives. It's okay to ask for help and hugs. Share your struggles and the wins. Appreciate each other.
Go on unique and spontaneous dates. Try and walk every day and spend time together (i.e. get coffee and walk).
Don't show bad intentions, the goal of each relationship is to maximize each other's happiness and pleasure in life. Don't take relationships for granted and don't abuse other's love for you.
Ask before doing something that can potentially hurt your partner.
Assume good intentions. Call out bad behavior in a friendly way. Don't be passive aggressive and don't make many demeaning jokes about your partner/friend. Don't put people down for the sake of a laugh.
Take things seriously. Don't let anyone lose trust in you, especially your partner.
If you cannot avoid/stop hurting someone, then better stop communication with them, so you don’t continue doing it.
If you feel that something is not right, it probably is not right. Deal with it early.
Give your partner freedom to be her/himself. Don't force him/her to change for you. Compromise on things that make the other one unhappy or break up.
You have power to influence other people, be gentle and kind.
You should have complete love for your partner. Everyone should be confident that they won't be hurt by their partner by someone doing something bad behind their back.
Your partner should never doubt your love for them.
Lift your partner up & listen always. If she/he doesn't like something I did, stop doing it. Don't argue. Don't be stubborn.
Express my genuine love for my partner in all the different ways. Hold her/his hand, give compliments (how she/he looks and clothes she/he wears).
Ask how your partner feels and listen. Don't disregard their feelings. It’s good response to just hug and listen if I have no answer or solution (all feelings are valid and are not a sign of weakness).
Don't needlessly complain about things to anyone. My life is amazing and it's lucky I even exist. Be grateful.
The relationship can only get better if both want it to improve.
Twitter/Reddit/Instagram/GitHub, get literal name if available. On Twitter, lowercasing the name looks good (Twitter will show your custom real name in searches already). Can capitalize username if its multiple words (can rename username if needed). Capitalize Reddit subreddit name as it stands out better in searches & its more recognizable (the name can't be changed later so capitalize even if one word). GitHub is good lowercased, literal name or with dashes. If name is taken, can add _ or HQ/App/Inc in the end or prefix with get or use. For Instagram, if literal name is taken, it's possible to get domain name literal like narative.co. Can use namecheckr to check for available names.