Sarah, my only advice is to savor everything you have left of your pregnancy. Embrace the last moments of it, the first contractions to the pushing. Don't force anything and everything will happen when it is ready. I regret that I spent my last birthing experience just trying to get it over with as quickly as possible and I missed out on some of that magic that I had the first time when I really embraced the experience...
AND you will be holding an amazing baby in your arms soon!! I'm so jealous.
My labor was only 4 hours from first unusual sensation to baby. Really, only an hour of discomfort and an hour of pushing. It was Christmas morning. I spent most of my labor thinking, "Not today, not Christmas." I didn't savor those last minutes of being pregnant. I was too concerned about future gift giving events.
Afterwards I did a lot of grieving. My labor was so short I didn't get to make scones for the midwives, I didn't get to sit on the ball or get in the tub. I had the fantasy labor and birth everyone wants and I grieved it.
I had wanted to be pregnant for another 2 or 3 weeks. I knew it was probably the last time I would be pregnant. Of course, 24 hours after my guy was born I was so in love that I didn't care that my pregnancy was cut short, but still, I'll never get to be pregnant again and I miss it.
So just enjoy these final days. Enjoy every minute of labor. Savor what your body is doing. And when you go into labor, focus on every movement of your baby. Those will be your last minutes of communicating with your baby in this way, forever.