Last cig was 2pm 7th July...now I'm well into my 3rd month.
All via CT, I've found it really easy. The 'trigger' moments have almost gone but just occasionally, still, a nicotine demon in it's death throes, makes a last ditch attempt saying, "Come on, you've beat me fair and square, you can stop anytime you want. Just one won't hurt with this coffee"
I still return to my mantra.."Bleached paper treated with insecticide, full of expensive poison made to give cancer it's best chance." The moment quickly passes..another demon killed off.
I've killed so many of them, there can't be that many left, they must nearly be defeated....but beware those weak moments..that's when their rear-guard elite troops attack!
Been on a train journey down the Western coast of India. Avoided the cities where poss and discovered lots of villages and suberbs. Hard work but so soooooo beautiful. The poorest yet friendliest people I've ever met. I'm not a fan of religion at all...but Hinduism seems about the best around..but still not for me!
Life is so cheap in the villages..a beautiful, creamy curry with bread and a large drink comes to about £1 They do not use much rice, the locals say it's the chinese who use more rice. It is bread that is used to mop up the curry and there is never a knife, fork or spoon provided. Your hands have to suffice!
PS. For the bikers out there..a brand new Royal Enfield 350 Classic is £1,400!
Good quitting everyone.