How I Quit Smoking Pot: Day 17 Ongoing Challenges and Higher Expectations

Today is Day 17 in my personal quest to stop smoking marijuana, after smoking almost daily for 30+ years. The past couple of days I have been suffering from the flu which is never fun, but I seem to be recovering – and regardless of how sick, tired and depressed I have been – I have not even come close to reaching for a pipe. In fact, I have more than ZERO desire to use any pot at all.

It’s been suggested to me that I should be smoking if I’m in that much pain, or that I could be ingesting MMJ in brownies or using tinctures, etc. At this point I’m really not interested in those options either – I’m just really striving toward optimal health, want to finally get my brain clear and continue on to a better life that I know I was meant to lead.

The past couple of days have been tough in a lot of ways, but at the same time I’m trying to look at everything as positives. After all, I’ve always said that things happen for a reason and that they always work out exactly like they are supposed to. I need to start living that statement – walking the talk.

I’m just tired of living like less than a human and as I get clearer, I am seeing that I am finally actually and really starting to expect more from myself and from life. I fully believe that expectations have a great deal with how one lives. In the past I haven’t expected much, so I really haven’t had much. Now I am expecting A LOT more and am positive that my life will continue to reflect positive change in a lot of ways.

Thank you for visiting – I appreciate your time and interest. It would be great if you would take a minute to leave a comment.


One Commentto How I Quit Smoking Pot: Day 17 Ongoing Challenges and Higher Expectations

  1. Richie says:

    Hi there Joe,

    Sorry that you have the Flu and that other things ain’t working out for you as you wish. Great that you didn’t feel the urge to hit the bong while are sick. That’s cool my man. It’s actually great the urge wasn’t there for you. That is my goal to actually not want it. I hope your living situation improves for you too.

    Keep on at it,

    You’re doing great,

    You guys are my inspiration at the moment,



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