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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 77 yo.
Day 3 complete. Gl to all.
Day 8/90 started this week with the right foot, let's go brothers!!
Day 7 - Made it a week boys
72 days done...they’ve gotten me to the most important day...now, here, this one, today...let’s get one more
"If people are doubting how far you can go, go so far that you can't hear them anymore." - Michele Ruiz
So Day 2 no M
Day 219 no P
Have a great day guys!
Some more David Goggins yelling at you to get motivated!!!
14 days completed that is 2 weeks i can see improvements in myself after 14 days all the best to all
day 8/90 lets go !!!
2525! I am a beginner and just want to quit this evil habit. I hope that you will support me.
I took up the 90-day challenge and want to be victorious in my challenge.
On board with this. Day 1/90
☸ Brahmacharya ☸
count me in
day 1 completed
started on august 3
Day 42. Difficult day yesterday and I need to be strong today.
Third time attempting this challenge.
Third time a charm!
Day 89 today. Crazy in a couple days I'll hopefully be at where I wanted to be at. I've realized that just because you can make a 90 day streak doesn't mean all your problems are solved. In fact you see more of your problems, and that also feels a bit upsetting. At times I feel way more insecure than ever before. But other times like this easy going morning, I think to myself, all the pain and struggles were so worth it to get to here.
I'm still an addict. I need to avoid any situations that get my heart beating rapidly and get me thinking about things I used to obsess about. My life is going to be much different than that of nine years ago. But I think it will also be much better than any time in the last nine years. I posted at the beginning of my thread, I don't think I wasted this past decade, but in hindsight I wish I had the strength to do this earlier, because I could have done so many things so much better, as cliché as that is. But I'm optimistic. I'm 26 and in a couple days I'll consider myself a recovered addict with hopefully a long life ahead of me, that I can still use to make a positive impact on other people around me.
Lets do it together bro. I have started with the same day.
Join us in our quest to stay clean in this No PMO August challenge! Only one more day left to join!