Wednesday, 10 August 2011


Too much coffee, every day and all the time. Withdrawal symptoms (headaches and bad mood).
Smoked a cigarette last week and it started the cravings all over again, after 6 years (weak girl).
Too much shopping (retail therapy?).
Not enough effort at work (lazy bitch).
Too much food and not enough exercise (fattie me).

Some of these are easier to correct than others.


  1. Hey, but it's still possibile to do something. And if it feels like making progress in all at the same time would be too much, maybe just try to keep on not smoking and do something fun?

    I'm having all the others apart from the cigarrette, and it's been great to notice that small things - like deciding not to drink coffee & energy drinks and eating mostly healthy food - actually motivates to do more about those other things as well.

    Anyway, I know that those self-critisim days come, but I hope it has also passed, because you're still pretty awesome peep! :)

  2. Writing it down in public makes it easier to do something. Like deciding to halve the coffee consumption in the morning the rest of this week and nothing at all the rest of the day, and no coffee from next week.

  3. Yup, I've been blabbering about cutting down the caffeine for almost everyone and somehow people are also asking whether I've managed to do it.. and the peer pressure in that sense is quite nice motivator.

  4. I used to be a party smoker, but since we got the non-smoking laws in bars and restaurants I have stopped. I don't bother to go outside to smoke.

    But I'm addicted to snus >:)

    Cold As Heaven


Be nice!