How To Cope With Morning Sickness!

I am almost through my 15th week of my first pregnancy and I must say, I'm feeling rather good now! Not nearly as nauseous as I was at the beginning and I find myself much more energetic. Honestly, weeks 5-8.5 were pretty miserable...so much so that I wasn't truly able to enjoy the initial excitement of our little blessing. I don't know why it's called "morning sickness." That needs to be changed to "all day hellish sickness." I was living off of saltines, ginger ale, and gin gin candies and actually lost a few pounds, which I think it pretty normal in the first trimester for sick mums. I must say, my husband was a GIGANTIC help to me during that time. Even with his extremely busy schedule, he was waiting on me as I needed, making me breakfast, and making his own dinners since I couldn't stand to look at or smell food. His support was so amazing, and it made me even more thankful to have him as a partner. Now that I'm feeling better, we are having a lot more fun and are able to enjoy this time all the more together. 

I wanted to share a few ways that I dealt with my nausea in the first trimester, in hopes that it can help any soon to be moms out there! The biggest thing is, try (and I know it's not easy) to stay positive...remember that it will pass, and just focus on making it through the day at hand. "Survive and advance" was literally my day to day motto...that mentality helped get me through as did the following:

1. Ginger ale - I brought it to work, kept a can in my car..wherever I went I was taking small sips of ginger ale.
2. Gin Gins - My sister gave me a box of these candies and I felt they really helped for a time. I am not a fan of ginger, which was the unfortunate part of this, but I would force myself to suck on these candies. 
3. Sea Bands - I wore these elastic wrist bands on both wrists to combat the nausea. I'm not sure if it was a mental thing, but I feel like it did help a little.
4. Warm Baths - When you're sick, the last thing you want to do is even go through the process of showering, but it's kind of hard to skip many of these :) ...I found myself drawing a lot of baths so I could sit and wash my hair or do whatever I had to do. 
5. Small Meals - Eating small meals and snacks throughout the day (even though you don't feel like it) really helps fight the nausea. Stick to bland foods like crackers and bread. It's easy to miss meals because you feel so sick, but I found that I was even more nauseous on an empty stomach. 
Do you have any ideas to combat pregnancy sickness?