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Sazerac last won the day on July 19

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About Sazerac

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    Gardens, Painting, Writing, Music and Cocktails and Freedom.
    Belly Laughs, Cooking, Sewing, Carving, Maps, Freedom.
    Weather, The Natural World, Science, Language, Love, Freedom.

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    October 23, 2013, A Good Day to be Free.

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  1. I think deep breaths of oxygen are the best reward and always available. Cool glasses of water. I also turned my smokey thoughts around and found something beautiful to look at. It could be a leaf, a cloud, a color, I studied the beauty. or a listen to a piece of music, Sit down and listen intently, yay headphones. Read a passage in a favorite book, a favorite poem. I ate a lot of satsumas as a treat. Take a luxurious nap in clean sheets. A pampering bath or a long, long shower. Give yourself a manicure/pedicure. All these things are mostly free and sugar free too. Other rewards came after one week/ one month etc. I bought a tree, can't remember when....6 months. Had a stash of ducats saved up. I put the cost of a pack in a big mason jar every day. That was inspiring and paid for little and big rewards.
  2. out comes a satellite picture of a rainstorm I put in 3 frogs and a grain of rice
  3. Reward yourself after gnarly craves, especially.
  4. we can live through 'uncomfortable'. Craves don't last long and the sooner you replace a smokey thought with a thought of beauty the easier all this will be. I like that saying too, I don't know who coined it. A Crave Is Not A Command but, it resonated with me and helped me acknowledge my own power. You are stronger than any crave.
  5. NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE Cravings are not commands
  6. Sazerac

    chicks or sticks

    -5 chicks are - and we are headed towards -20. no worries, Michelle.
  7. here is something for you beautiful quitters
  8. How are you doing @Diane R ?
  9. Sazerac

    chicks or sticks

    -4 a bit shocking to see negative numbers, eh Andy ?

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