I have recently made some changes in my life. First being I have a baby boy coming any day now. Third and final chapter in the child arena. For the sake of the new and existing children and the wifey, I have decided to give up smoking. I have smoked for over 17 years. Today is day four, and I wish I could tell you that it is getting easier, but I am struggling just as hard as day one; if not harder. I have over the years quit several different times, but it has never lasted. Once I quit for three months. I have decided to quit smoking for 2-3 weeks, then my new diet and exercise routine will commence. I am getting older now and the things that were important to me years, months, weeks, and only days ago somehow aren't as important. I have set several goals for myself, which is a good thing for everyone to do. It is important to have something to look forward to, and once you succeed at it, have a feeling of accomplishment.
Quit Smoking -
Eat Healthy(including no sodas/koolaid) -
Exercise routine -
Make a Blog -
Make money on the internet -
Make more video's on youtube -
So I have a lot going on over this next year. I will try to make better use of my time, and get real results in every aspect of this new life. So if anyone does find this, feel free to comment or give any advice on any topic that concerns you. I will be spending this year "Finding The Balance" !