Jus polished two weeks of off & on smoking during my trial of quitting cigarrettes. But tomorrow on the 8th of December 2019, Its a real-time adventure of breaking the chain. It's going to be a weird change, But you know, i know you know if i've had a smoke, So get ready to be amazed, Cause my hoe wants a mansion and I put my hands up to buy it got dammit.
Peace, lets smash the chain
So i got told by an old friend to have a vape to smoke for 3months, I mean gummon im only quiting buying cigarettes because of the dent it has on the credit... so i bought me a vape and im kinda thinking that was a wise move, plus the vape juice is only $7, It runs off a charger and its not quite addictive but its satisfying. CANT WAIT TO SEE THE BANK LADIES FACE NEXT WEEK.
Saw a hott az babe lastnight in the shop. She was by herself, But i did'nt approach her. Only because i have small relapse of cigarettes now & again.
So i have reached out to an old friend, to give me advice, She say's to move to vape for 3months until i get my will-power back.
I burnt a wood, then a envelope and watched and smelt the poison... i noticed everything smokes and that nicotine does not have a Genie with 3 wishes after 1 cigarette. And now all of a sudden I have not craved in 5hrs. since 7am, breakfast time. Now the 30g i purchased last night is still full... I have placed it in a night box. So looks like 2020-FUTURE is RichGang and i done it all without the man upstairs, I did with a mind trick. BY$nouz
I have smoked 8 cigarettes since this morning. So pretty much one ciggy an hour since 7am. But i realise i forgot how important to me and my bank account this is?... And 13:30pm "i kicked the Nic in the Dic%" Once again!!!. Doin it for that extra $160.00?
Ciggies is the one & only shredder i column.
Its been 1 month free from smoking, free from the bondage smoking had over me, planning my next ciggi, where I would sit, would I drink coffee or tea, should I have my ciggi before my meal or after, or perhaps both. Should I have one as Im driving up the road to my destination, 5-10 mins away, and one when I get there, and another on the way back. I have that phone call to make so another coffee, my favorite seat and ciggi made that conversation even better. So much planning went in to my next cigarette.
Not only the planning, but my cigarettes were my best friend ever, they were with me on my happiest days, saddest days, angry moments, stressful moments, bored moments, my friend comforted me in some of my biggest life moments, I knew there would come a day where I had to say goodbye to who I thought was my friend, that was a month ago now, and I'm glad.
At first I missed my friend, it felt as if there was a little bit of grief and loss, that was ok, I knew I could work through that, after all, my friend was not all that good for me. With my friend came frequent headaches, coughing spasms, panic if my friend was not close by, plus my friend was expensive, I would get sick in winter, and more often than not, we were isolated because no one wanted to be around us, we would have to sneak around in social gatherings to catch up, we smelt and at times were frowned upon. My friend took my money, made me sick, and at times isolated me, "SOME FRIEND" but we stuck together no mater what.
1 month ago I made the decision that I needed better friends in my life, ones that cared about me, I read good books, I walk without losing my breath, I eat healthier foods, I treat myself to something nice, I feel empowered mentally, my skin is grateful, I feel happier, and I don't smell yucky.
I still miss my old friend at times, but never want to be involved again. This is just an analogy of my thoughts on smoking, I hope you are all doing well in Blog land, thankyou for sharing your positives, thoughts, tips etc that have encouraged me and continue to encourage me on my journey. Ill be forever grateful.
Hey again guys, just wanted to share my excitement from last week of being over 2 months off the smokes! For those just starting out, I want to say that it absolutely gets easier. In the first couple of weeks I was a right cow to everyone, constantly wanting smokes, and begrudging seeing a group smoking on my breaks at work. I can now say that I’m confident that I’ll be off them for good. I even managed to be in a car with someone smoking and didn’t want one. I’m really glad I made the choice to quit 😊