Why do so many people still use the word "password" for their passwords? Are they really willing to turn their private emails and credit card information into bait for our world's very dumbest hackers, all so they don't have to spend an extra few seconds trying to remember a password? Do these people think that because "password" is such an obvious password that it's secretly brilliant, and that no one will ever guess it?
If that is your line of thinking—then you, sir, are a dumbass. You deserve to have your identity stolen as far as I'm concerned.
"Blue Ridge Mountains" by the Fleet Foxes
I listen to this song while writing a lot. It sounds to me like running through the woods and watching rays of sunlight shoot through the treetops. If you're working on an outdoor, nature-y scene, this song may help to put you in the right mindset.