28 Feb 2019 13:26
2 months down people…how we all getting on?
I'm staying strong on the no buying shit. Defo gets easier with time. Still building imaginary dream bikes on websites to trick my brain into thinking I'm actually going to get one.
28 Feb 2019 14:00
Terrible. Beats headphones and speaker, Nike ID’s last week and 720’s this morning(although will probably return but need to try), Zara shit for my daughters and Nike gear for my son in Feb.
Still trying not too buy but I know there’s stuff coming up through the year that I can’t ignore. It’s a real addiction.
28 Feb 2019 14:33
Clothing wise i've only bought those Jeans (the ARKET bag didn't come), and actually almost can't be fucked to look through sales/clothing sections these days.
Non clothing wise I've failed miserably though, bought a Nintendo Switch and some headphones, and about to buy a new bike. Still, think its progress though as i would've bought this shit AND clothes to boot
posted 28 Feb 2019 14:42, edited 28 Feb 2019 14:42
This months been shit for me, been majorly distracted from all corners.
I've only drank alcohol once this month due to a social pressure (I had a date), but since then I've been firm by explicitly saying I'm not drinking.
I've forgone this no-buying thing - but just set-up a monthly budget which I transfer to my Monzo card each month. Sounds nan, but I highly recommend producing a monthly cash-flow forecast (income vs actual & expected expenses) for 3+ years thereabouts, gives you so much control over personal finances (at least gies you a view of where you're going).
March I'll ensure to run regularly, meditating, waking up at 5am daily etc etc.
28 Feb 2019 14:51
Lost 8lb this month using MFP and running daily. Celebrated with footwear; can't go cold turkey.
28 Feb 2019 17:52
Not had a drink since Hogmanay. Feel so much stronger mentally. Quite surprised how much it has reduced my anxiety/rumination.
28 Feb 2019 19:25
Still drinking a 6 pack a night, getup 05:30, eat 3 squares a day. Sometimes I walk 20kms just coz I feel like it, run sometimes, don't do it to a schedule anymore, weight is stable as usual, lean and mean..bought some new sneakers the other day..47 years old, considering starting smoking regularly if I can get access to cheap illegal imports somewhere. Smoking worked for my dad.