Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The little things are starting to change...  
I haven't tapped my pocket and looked around me desk for my smokes today!
I ate lunch and drove back to work with out even thinking about a smoke!
WIN!
But sadly this all comes at a cost… before bed last night I pulled one from my safety net…  it is funny how guilty it made me feel after words…
Lose

But today is a new day!  It was just 1 little trip up, wont happen again!

Lets talk about happier things, like:
Today I got to work kind of early and my boss was not here yet, so I went in his office and moved his desk about 1 inch towards his chair. I don’t know if you have ever sat at a desk for a long time but a little change like that will throw you off for days. If he notices it he will just assume the cleaning crew did it  ;)

Suggestions for tomorrow?
Ill pay you in pretty girls… 

37 comments:

  1. Oh well, shit happens! Atleast you are smoking way less than before! I am sure you will find the motivation not to get another from your pack!

    A suggestion for tomorrow could be you write another story about people you know that stopped smoking!

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  2. you should of moved his desk out the window

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  3. lots and lots of nicotine gum! :)

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  4. you should just keep moving it a little bit each day in the same direction.

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  5. Mind games and some psy-ops will fuck his shit up.

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  6. hahaha super funny. I never taught on moving my boss´ desk.

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  7. A blog on quitting smoking? I need this. Good luck, man.

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  8. aw man, at least it was only one

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  9. Man I need to quit so badly. Good luck!

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  10. it's always only one, tried to quit it a few times, the day will come ;)

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  11. don't worry about one, it would be unreasonable to expect perfection

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  12. now that u dont smoke u can come up with a wide variety of pranks. and with the money u save get a camera and try to catch em

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  13. Wow, that sort of stuff is devious and does throw people off. Good idea. Also good that you cut the cravings down. One ain't to bad.

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  14. Don't worry about using the safety net, that's why it's there. Micro-bandalism, that's a great way to mess with your boss hehe. Keep it up! (both quitting and bandalism)

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  15. Another good game to play is replace the pen´s ink cartridge with an empty one at every opportunity...he gets a different looking pen...who cares, just change the cartride in that as well. :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  16. thanks for the pic at least.

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  17. congratulations and good luck :) my girlfriend is trying to smoke for few months now xD

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  18. it happens....it was just 1...that just 17 seconds of your life gone ....lol

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  19. try reading 'Alan carrs easy way to quit smoking' thats the book that helped me...seriously.

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  20. suggestion: move his desk another inch tomorow.

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  21. One cigarette won't diminish your efforts...

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  22. You feel better when you don't smoke. Sometimes, though, you just want to.

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  23. ahahah cool man Mind fuck him

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  24. My dad is 48 years old and been smoking since 15. He had a heart attack a month ago and found out it has a lot to do with him smoking. He had to have surgery and they said if he went back to smoking... he'd have about 2-3 years but he'd live a full life if he stopped. He completely stopped cold turkey that day and over a month later hasn't even been tempted. Thought I'd share.

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  25. So i already posted here but was my comment removed because of the problem blogger had?

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  26. Realllly hard to give up. You have to persevere though.

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  27. You should try finding a hobbie that can occupy you when you want to smoke.

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Don't screw with a guy that is in the middle of quitting smoking.