The greatest thing about sleep is that it gains you more hours on the 'Quit Clock' without even trying. After yesterday's fiasco where I basically broke down and turned into a raging bull, I find myself a little embarrassed. I couldn't control myself and allowed myself to get out of control, what a conundrum.
I recently found out that Karen over at Chaos Free Living has also hopped aboard the quit smoking band wagon. I'm glad I'm not alone.
Day 2 of the battle to quit smoking brings with it the possibility that one could slip right back into the same old habit. I find that it is these days that I might find it easy to forget that I have quit smoking and catch myself in the act of heading outside to smoke...only to realize that I don't have any cigarettes on me, nor do I have a lighter anymore. These are dangerous times for me.
I would love nothing more than to have a smoke right now, so I must resort back to my list of reasons why I don't like smoking and why I want to quit smoking, to help remind me of why I made these decisions.
I am much more calm about things at the present time. The day is just starting, the sun is rising and it's a brand new day. I like that I am not smoking.