Nothing ventured nothing gained?

Smoke free for a month and a half, give or take a few (I honestly do not keep track), I find myself slightly stunned by the ease with which the quitting process has elapsed.

Trust me and don’t believe the whiners; there’s really nothing to it.

Maintaining your originally perhaps not recommended weight, however, is everything but (easy), which I learnt trying to put on a pair of old trousers today.

I honestly haven’t a clue what I weigh (haven’t mustered the courage to approach the bathroom scales), but the situation calls for drastic measures.

Granted men in their mid-fifties shouldn’t be surprised by an extra stone here and there, but a lifelong existence as tall and slim makes the situation pretty close to unbearable.

5:2 intermittent fasting or what ever method currently in style, here I come. The wife suggested hold-in tights.

Now there’s a thought.

Be that as it may, previous experience has shown that although quitting is easy as pie, resuming is just as easy, especially with weight-gain an inevitable consequence (so no pie).

“Nothing ventured nothing gained”, my foot …

At any rate: Marlbloro? Nope. Light? Eveything but.

Illustration: Marlboro Lights Man. A picture I painted in 2014, influenced by Norwegian artist Anders Kjær’s Winston cigarette billboard painting in 1982.

Denne bloggen er blottet for intensjoner om interaksjon, men man fremstår jo nødig feig, så kommentarfeltet er åpent. In general comments are not encouraged, as I rarely have the time to engage in discussions, but please feel free, if you so desire.

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