What can I blame it on? Nothing. I had a good week as far as low stress goes, but I did get bored, Seems odd that I would since I have so many things that I could have been doing. I did a little worse this week on the counts, but overall I ended with the same count as last week. I had to find something to distract me from smoking habitually since my course work doesn’t start again until the end of this month.
Last week’s count: Goal count is 15
Monday was good, there was nothing in the notes that suggested anything different, just didn’t smoke as much that day.
Wednesday and Thursday I didn’t do as well. I smoked more than I should have in the morning, but was able to slow it down in the afternoon. I was tired most of the day. Reducing or quitting smoking can leave a soul feeling tired so I guess I need to learn to take a nap. I started questing from the expansion packs on Skyrim and that kept me busy in the evening.
Lesson learned: Thinking about not smoking causes me to think about smoking. I know it’s not a mystery, but some days I need that reminder. It’s harder to focus on not doing something than it is on doing it.
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