The change of locale has really helped me kick the habit. Though I suppose I may imbibe one in a blue moon, I never buy the stuff any more, and don’t feel that dependency any more. But in stressful times at work now, I sometimes go nuts on chocolate – yikes!
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DoubleN has written 7 entries about this goal
I am on Day 18, and am sure I will make it at least the 30 days, even though during the work day I’ve been drinking a flavored water with splenda that’s probably not the best, either. I think it’s been a good transition, though.
Geez, yesterday when I took Mexican to eat with my Mom and my meal came with a free soda included, I said No Thanks. Progress, yea!
of successfully avoiding temptation. Hopefully the habit will be completely broken soon.
(again) and doing fine. :)
I slipped up and had one today. Crap. Unbelievable stress on all fronts, so guess I am back to square one again. sigh Bad NN!
is nearly over, and so far I’ve managed to resist the numerous temptations, knock on wood.
from a yahoo link I read yesterday reinforced my desire to quit drinking soda, and I want to do a small-scale, obtainable goal – so I picked the 30-day goal. Today I went to lunch with my friend Kathy and was tempted, especially since we were using a coupon that required a drink purchase, but ordered raspberry tea instead. The tea was outstanding! To think I would have missed out on it if I’d been on auto-pilot and ordered a diet soda.
My hope is by the end of the 30 days my addiction will be whipped. do they have a 12 Step Program for sodaholics? :)