This is a much better implementation of my Done It list. The Done It list is where accomplished To Do's went, which is still a good idea.
But a Yay-me file is a even better extension of that.
The basic idea is simple: you just keep a file of good stuff you do. When you figure out some trick new process that saves hours per week, you make a note about (don't forget to datestamp it) and drop it in the yay-me file. When you finish a project on time and under budget, you make a note that points to supplementary project files and you drop it in the yay-me file. Since it's only your eyes on the yay-me file, you can feel free to drop in even the most trivial bits good cheer. Did you cover Eleanor's phone while she went to lunch? Goes right in the yay-me file.
I'm feeling a little down today and so I am going to make a Yay-me list of all the things I can remember that I have done that have been major to me.
Just thinking about it is making me feel better.