The only times I’ve done lap dances was when I was drunk. It was for entertainment, but there was never anyone on the chair. Hehe. Not drunk enough for that.
I’ve been practicing lately with new moves. Now, I’m just waiting to test it out on my friend-with-benefits.
I had quit for three years. After the break-up with my ex of 5 years, I picked it up again, and I haven’t been able to stop ever since. I’ve been chainsmoking for 3 months now. I want to quit all over again.
Tried the new workouts in the NTC update.
I submitted an application to International House Bangkok last week, and had my interview today. It went pretty well, even though I didn’t answer one question correctly the first time. I’ll be getting an acceptance letter soon. Now to take care of the passport & visa, do some additional reading/studying, and take the course.
I’ve got my plane ticket booked, and I’ll be in Thailand for a month! I leave in 9 days. This shall be marked complete after I touch down.
We started out as friends with benefits. Then we got serious. He went back to the States. I still live in the Philippines. We’re still together. We always try to make time for each other online every day through chat, skype or offline messages.
I don’t know when we’ll be together. I’ve got a job and lifestyle that I like; moving halfway across the world is a big risk for me. I have to be completely dependent on him, which scares the crap out of me. I would break this off if I had a hint that he is leading me on. So far, he’s not. He wants me to move in with him. Legally, that would be difficult. I’m not considering marriage as a legal way because I have too much pride for that.
I’m still in love with him though, so I’d take that risk. If it doesn’t work out, I can make a novel out of it.
I don’t keep up with the trends anymore. Not for several months now. I’ve never bought my own phone or laptop. They were hand-me-downs, and they still work great. I haven’t shopped for clothes or stuff (except a water-proof pack) since April this year. I hardly wear makeup. I stopped using SLS, so I only wash my hair with organic shampoo once a week. I quit smoking 5 months ago (still going strong), and I stopped going to drinking parties since last week. I cook a lot now, and I’m loving it. I’ve purged from 442 things to 186. I’m hoping to reach 100 before I move halfway across the world.
I’m still far from my ideal simple life, but I’m much happier now.
Almost 5 months. Still marking this done after 6 months.
Started cold turkey with yoga and working out as ways to curb the cravings in the first 3 months. The cravings are rarely there, even when I’m drinking with chain smokers. I like my new simple lifestyle.
I’m on my last day (Yoga X) and I skipped it because I was late for work. Also, I kind of hate Yoga X.
I never did the chin-ups and pull-ups part, but I always exerted on the other sets to make up for it. I didn’t follow the diet plan, but I did limit carb, sugar, and dairy intake. Overall, I still see results. I’m loving my legs. I’m doing this all over again, and this time I won’t skip a day.
3 months and 8 days. I’m marking this as done after 6 months.
How many of you still dream about smoking in your sleep? During stressful times, I still do. I practically chain-smoke in my dreams. Right after I wake up, I panic for a split second or so. I realize it was just a nightmare. Then I feel better for the rest of the day. Does that still happen to you, ex-smokers? How did you feel?
I started four months ago … not three. I prepared, psyched, and practiced in the first month. I didn’t just cut down. I changed the way I lived, ate, and socialized. A month later, I took a week-long vacation in isolation and stopped.
It’s liberating to have control over your urges. It’s the one thing I know that I have complete control over in my life. No one else. I’ve done it, and I am still doing it.
I never thought I would get this far. People at work are shocked to hear that I’m still going strong without it and without cessation aids. I like making them feel like they fail at tempting me to go back to smoking. I can stand around smokers and not be tempted anymore.
I just started on the P90X because I have more energy now.
I did yoga for over a year when I was going to the gym but I stopped going 2 years ago because I was in debt. I’m not renewing my gym membership but I started yoga again to aid smoking cessation. The breathing exercises help combat the urges. My body hasn’t forgotten the postures and I can go at my own pace. Another motivator is that this is a great way for me to achieve and cross off 4 more items on my list of 43 things.
I’m still going to the gym. I’m stronger now and I finally have some meat in my body.
Sat for 5 hours at the salon to get it done. I miss my wavy hair but at least I did it.
I kept putting it off since last year because I didn’t wanna leave. Now that plans have changed (parents and mine), I figure leaving the country next year is the best option I have. Finally I went down to the travel agency to register for renewal. My new passport will be arriving on May 1.
I always thought I couldn’t fall in love again, especially after getting out of a long term one. Then I tried the “friends with benefits” thing with a friend I have known for 4 years. It failed because I got attached. So did he. We’re official now.
I abstained myself for 5 years. Never had to deal with the paranoia of missing a period or the scare of getting STDs. My decision to put an end to my abstinence was for personal reasons. I wanted the next one to be special and it was and still is. :)
I returned after 19 years and I feel retarded for not being able to speak my native tongue. 3 years later, I can understand some but I’m still hopeless at it.