Smokefree days: 250 days
Cigarettes NOT smoked: 7500
Total savings: $6,725.00
Another "Round" number, I do so like them and like to mark my progress. The problem is that progress, as such, seems to have plateaued. Obviously the behavioural reward part of the addiction hasn't been exercised for 250 days while the chemical part of the addiction was dealt to over 200 days ago.
My fitness levels are back at the "good-enough" level. I can go for my exercise bike rides and have no wish to step up to going to a gym or anything. As I'm no longer seeing any major advances in heath, fitness, or non-smoking, the days are just turning into one after another.
The addiction is still there though, just biding her time waiting for my complacency and comfort to make it worth her effort to pounce. Unfortunately I think I have been getting complacent.
Yesterday I was fighting Nicodemon who had seemingly popped out of nowhere mid afternoon and decided to push the "Just have one" line real hard. Needless to say I successfully resisted the siren calls. I walked down to the convenience store on Kingdon St and bought an ice cream and some mints instead.
The ODAAT, DDDD, NOPE, etc mantras are becoming more important in my quit now than they have been for a long time.
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