Sunday, June 16, 2013
Some would say why am I doing this again when I did not have success in my previous ventures. Well practice makes perfect. Each time through I'm in a different place, I can absorb more, make more progress, until it clicks. Heaven only knows how many attempts it took for me to finally quit smoking, but I finally did. (over 4 years ago)
What finally helped me succeed was my reason(s) for quitting. It gave me incentive to move forward and stick with it. I can make a great big list of lame advantages, but having just a few really meaningful advantages will help me focus clearly.
While making the list of advantages perhaps that one clear source of reason will come to light and inspire me.
I will live longer.
I will feel better physically.
My life will be physically easier.
I will have more energy to live life.
I will look better.
I will have better blood pressure.
I will have better blood glucose control.
I will have better cholesterol levels.
I will have less pain and lighten the stress on my body(hip/back).
I will have less prescription-drug bottles.
I will sleep better.