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kayla_joy_annHooray!

I have made it almost a whole week without nicotine. :) I am si proud if myself for finally breaking the habit! I don’t ever wish to pick up another smoke! I’m done! 9 months ago


kayla_joy_annFinally!

Day 3 no ethol, day 2 no thc, day one no nicotine. I can do this! One day at a time. ;) 9 months ago


kayla_joy_annAttempt 5,300 *ha ha*

I have tried so many times to give up my terrible 3 habits. When I get stressed out I pick them back up. I am fully aware that I am using them as coping habits and none of which are healthy! I must rid myself of these habits.

Replacement coping skills… Deep breathing exercises, lifting weights, dancing, yoga, nature walks, gardening, meditation, reading, cleaning, drink water… Etc 9 months ago


kayla_joy_annexternally as well

It is my goal to clean the house to be worthy of the title immaculate... Even if it only lasts 5 minutes! ;) 15 months ago


kayla_joy_anncaffeine free try #2

It is warmer outside now so that makes giving up my coffee easier. I am on day two without it and I feel fine. I doubt I give it up forever but I would like to make it an occasional treat instead of a daily necessity. 23 months ago


kayla_joy_anncaffeine free try #2

It is warmer outside now so that makes giving up my coffee easier. I am on day two without it and I feel fine. I doubt I give it up forever but I would like to make it an occasional treat instead of a daily necessity. 23 months ago


kayla_joy_anncontinued...

Well I have decided that I am not quite ready to give up caffeine completely. After everything else I have discontinued this month I would rather not ruin it all by giving up. I will not drink soda but my coffee keeps me from being a glutton! Ha ha. I must maintain my weight lose a couple more pounds and then maybe I can try to be caffeine free again. Not giving up just balancing the negatives out. A better goal for me right now is moderation. Of everything… my cravings for junk food and sweets are out of control since I gave up nicotine. Must get my eating habits under control again. 2 years ago


kayla_joy_anncaffeine free

Day one of no caffeine and I feel energized without it. I had an orange and toast with peanut butter for breakfast. Lunch was cinnamon rice. I have had lots of water and am now drinking my mineral water. :) I can do without caffeine the energy it provides is only temporary and comes with a crash. It makes falling asleep at night more difficult. I don’t need it anymore. My energy is 100% natural! :) 2 years ago


kayla_joy_anninternal cleansing

I started off by increasing my water consumption, gave up my nicotine and alcohol habits, gave up soda, and started drinking hot lemon water in the mornings. I would now like to quit drinking coffee and no longer consume any caffeine. I want to limit my junk food and candy consumption. I need to continue adding more fruit veggies and healthy foods into my diet. 2 years ago


letterboxerDay 7 and 8

Was great to add protein back into the mix. Enjoyed a mostly veggie omelette (only 1 egg and no cheese but yummy sauteed mushrooms and tomatoes) made in a pan with EVOO. And adding almonds to my salad was a great treat too. Today was my first day of regular eating and most of my diet was “cleanse worthy” but I had a 1/2 turkey sandwich for lunch with pea pods from my garden….mmmmmmm. I lost 7 pounds altogether, kicked my caffeine habit ate ZERO sugar and made avocados my new favorite snack. Resolving to keep myself on track with a steady diet of mostly veggies, occasional meat and minimal sugar. 2 years ago


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