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I’m here to pledge NOPE for today. We all smell really good today. Anyone else to pledge?
Been getting the craves real bad lately in the afternoon/evening, but no way they are going to get the better of me. just love that now winter is here, getting some real cool light for photography. Early morning start this morning to catch the sunrise , took a thermos full of coffee, and was chatting to a pro-photographer down besides the river. Cool. Picked up a few tips going to cost me some money though.
By telling others about your quit can also hold you accountable have you thought about that Peggy
Take care, big hugs
Good morning Anthony....Love that you were out in the winter weather so early tromping around. I bet breathing thru a straw that cool air will be a good rush. I was reading an article that said triggers may increase Day 30-120. Craves may not be as sharp. Guess we always have to be on the lookout.
Have the leaves fallen yet there? I do love the Winter in that way too so I can transverse the areas that are overgrown in the warm seasons and seek out new views. Beauty in every season.
I am beginning to understand that talking more about my experiences in the quit is important and inching toward that. My tendency has often been if I don’t talk about it it doesn’t exist which of course is not true. It does feel good to admit the craves and when they happen. Thank you
Have a wonderful smoke free day