Get out of Hell Free

Given my attitude, I'm sure no one would be shocked that I carry a wallet full of these cards around with me: http://www.goohf.com. I hand them out to anyone who's having "one of those days". Apparently, I'm not the only one: http://www.goohf.com/million.html.

I've never gotten a negative response. I've always received at least a smile in return, which can be quite an achievement, depending on how bad the day is. Finding something funny even in the worst situations is one sure way to alleviate stress (and as someone who's Meniere's trigger is stress, it's important to know how to get rid of it) so I follow Saltheart Foamfollower's advice and laugh, for "Joy is in the ears that hear".

I've gotten some pretty strange looks over the years, laughing when there isn't anything to laugh about. After twenty years experience in the architectural industry, when the boss once again shaves 30% off of all your estimations of time and money, and expects you to complete the project with no errors anyway, truly "it is to laugh". Getting angry just makes the time pass more slowly.

...And who needs that?

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