Holy shit, that was my post! 9 months later and incredibly coincidentally today was the first day in a while that I didn't smoke all day long. So basically I'm struggling as well. But I'm in a totally different place than I was when I posted that because I kept up with the exercise and eating well (although I do slip up a lot too, it's all part of the process [unfortunately]). Progress really is up and down anon so i wanted to post honestly and let you know. Even though I'm still clearly struggling with weed I've made strides by focusing on other symptoms of my unhappiness. Now that I've made those strides elsewhere I'm right back at really, really wanting and needing to stop smoking. As other things in my life fall into place and I get healthier, getting high all day long just doesn't make sense. I hope I'm explaining it well.
You're totally in the right mindset with exercising, meditating, and cooking. Remember to take baby
steps as to not overwhelm yourself. The exercise kind of awakens the body and your mind will want to follow suit and it'll be even more motivation to want a clear head. At least that's what it feels like rn for me. I'm super neet-y and didn't have any semblance of routine so I began a simple one a few months ago and it has helped vastly. Idk if that's relateable to you personally but if so, consider starting a daily routine so you're not feeling aimless and like fuck it, you want to smoke. I'm sick of this shit too and I'm sick of hindering my mind and cognition by abusing marijuana. I totally relate to what you said about wanting your creativity back as well.>>489249
This is super inspiring and helpful, thank you for sharing your experience! Congrats on your new mindset. I'm so glad both of you posted tonight and that I saw it. Not to be all woo woo but it feels like a sign kek
Good luck to both of you. I hope we can get inspiration from eachother again