1. Set your alarm approximately 1.5 hours early, so that you can perform your delicate lens-to-eyeball insertions uninterrupted.
2. Wash your hands with the thoroughness of an overly-thorough surgeon.
3. Remove your glasses.
4. Briefly fail to recognise your own blurry reflection.
5. Put your glasses back on because you can't remember where you put your contact lenses.
6. Find your lenses and give them a good shake.
7. Remove a contact lens from the container and balance it on your fingertip.
8. Examine it closely to ensure that it's concave side up.
9. Panic because you've forgotten the difference between 'concave' and 'convex'.
10. Rejoice because you've remembered that convex means 'curved outwards'!
And then sigh, because you're holding your lens convex side up.