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    Lesson learned! I am on Day 12, and I am one of those people who tries to change “Everything” in a week or less. I mean if I’m making progress in one area, why not try to do the same in other areas. So one of the biggest take-aways for me in the 30DSS is to stay focused on the main goal, which is to be 30 days sober.
    Not try to lose weight, do Keto “properly”, exercise regularly, improve relationships, get time-management down pat, etc., etc., ad nauseoum.
    I constantly have to bring myself back to the job at hand and stay focused on that and then reward myself for my progress in that area!.
    So, tomorrow is 1 day short of 12 weeks that I removed using slot machines from my life (after 30 years of that distraction/destruction) and when I did that process, I decided that every Wednesday would be “treat day”. Now tomorrow is the actual treat day, but I am going to claim my treat today. I will drive up the sea coastline to get my reward…a new puzzle, which I will do in a few weeks (its a great distraction when you have the cravings btw.)and then mount it into a custom made frame and hang it in the dinning area. A reminder that instead of using slots and alcohol to “keep me distracted/busy” I have actually produced something of interest.
    And the bonus of course is that it costs next to nothing compared to the cost of the other two addictive behaviours.

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