I’m checking in. I’ve been gone for a week, but I haven’t been on vacation; or if you want to call a PMO binge a vacation I guess you can. But then this is the worst vacation I have ever been on, because I feel like oven toasted shit right now. I’m a fat ass who’s gained about 20 pounds and quit working out ever sense the covid shutdown. On top of that, I have been expelling all my sexual energy through PMO. Between not eating a quality diet (and looking and feeling like a fat ass), and not exercising, and not sticking to nofap, it makes me wonder: How much better of a quality of life could I be living (mentally and physically) if I just got those things under control. I think that most anyone would agree: that to get in control of those things would only improve (probably greatly improve) ones quality of life. Realistically, all those things are probably only 90 days away. Three short months for the rest of my life. Which brings up this next question: Why is it so dam hard to make a change? PMO is an addiction that will take 90 plus days. But as far as working out and diet, those things are more like just being out of habit and could be greatly improved in just 30 days. So like I said above. I have felt like shit physically and mentally for a long time now. So it’s a funny thing isn’t it? Why do we allow ourselves to feel like crap for so long when green fields are only a few short months away if we actually work at the problem and fix it. But tomorrow is July 1st and that is a good round number to get started with change. It’s so odd to think about: Just a few short months of hard work and we could be back in control of an area of our life that we don’t like and are struggling with right now. So what are we waiting for? That’s the scientific question I want someone to answer for me: Why do we allow ourselves to live a certain way even if we feel like shit living that lifestyle; when a complete life changing makeover is only a few months away?