Many people can come to Change Their Minds and Make the Changes needed to embrace this journey, but some and probably most are older and retired like I am with many hours to fill . While we know that taking up a good habit to replace a bad one is beneficial, we cannot do that 24/7. We did not smoke that much either, but in those first days I am sure it is on the mind of some and may feel like that.
What ideas can you suggest or did you do to fill your time in the early days of quitting ?
I left chores to do, let them pile up, but ultimately found contentment in taking part in a forum and researching nicotine and healthy foods. Of course I always spend too much time player free poker on Pokerstars. After i retired , I joined a senior club to play cards and Mahjong. I love to play scrabble and thought about going to a senior building and finding a shut in that might enjoy the company and a game or two.
We come from all walks of life and environment here. Give some direction to someone who may be feeling lost today.
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