You scrub up well Wots! I think you let yourself go a bit while on the old boat! How ya doin on the smokes? 2005 I quit! Haven't had a smoke since, I'd be uber fvcked if I hadn't quit, rarely get colds n coughs now, the spare tyre keeps me warm.......
You scrub up well Wots! I think you let yourself go a bit on the old boat! How ya doin on the smokes? 2005 I quit! Haven't had a smoke since, I'd be uber fvcked if I hadn't quit, rarely get colds n coughs now, the spare tyre keeps me warm.......
You may well be right, I'm still on a pack a day, really should quit, the fvcking things cost a fortune.
Nah. Spend one winter in Canada. The only place to smoke indoor is one's own home but as that is sort of tiny, it will reek of smoke so one has to go outside. Where the average temp is -15/-20. So one has to dress up with thick clothes and gloves and then stink of tobacco afterwards.
Takes away all the fun/pleasure/enjoyment out of smoking. It's how I quit easily once November rolls around.
Well, after a couple years of self-debate, I decided that i'm going to enlist in the Washington Army National Guard as a 19D Cavalry Scout.
However, i'm got a good twenty pounds until I reach below the maximum weight. This outta be fun.
Eat more fruit, eat more vegetables at dinner time (or eat them first) stop eating when you first start to feel a little full, don't clear your plate unnecessarily.
Don't binge on sugar, the crash as you come down will drive your cravings through the roof. Don't confuse thirst and hunger... seriously it's a real problem.
Excercise as a fun hobby you love to do as often as possible.
I'd imagine that i've gained a good portion of the weight in the past few months with all of this sh!tty weather here in the Pacific Northwest, so it shouldn't take much with my normal spring sports to burn it off.