Just what I needed to read today.
I spent a number of years as a closet smoker, "coming out" in mid-2002, and from then on, was quite open about being a smoker. However, when I was in the closet, I often had to go days, even weeks without a cigarette, the longest time period usually being if I was on holiday for a fortnight. So, 13-14 days in, my EA started to try to "upwards delegate" that it was time for a cigarette now. I've had a couple of days where I've been getting intense cravings for no *apparent* reason, and worked out yesterday afternoon that it was the 2 weeks timing trigger, rather than any particular event.
I have been reminding my EA of the document retention policy, and that he works for me, not the other way round - and today is much better than the last couple of days have been. Evidently he has a good memory, so hopefully won't take too long.
Nearly halfway to green!
I am a nicotine addict.
I have stopped nicotine for 15 days, 16 hours, 2 minutes and 47 seconds (15 days).
As of now, I have not smoked 235 cigarettes at a saving of £79.14 and 19 hours and 35 minutes of my life.