Draw a maze. Clean your house. Practice meditation. Give yourself a henna tattoo. Read the Wikipedia page about Henna. Read Martha Stewart’s Wikipedia page. Start doing research about a new hobby, like rock climbing, or scuba diving, or fixing peoples concrete cracks in their driveway for as cheap as possible. There are a lot of things you can do to distract your mind from addiction…so many in fact, that I can’t list them all. Not in a life time.
Setting your schedule for success in regards to addiction recovery is no easy task, but it is worldly rewarding… Creating a schedule for addiction recovery can be one of the most important things you do. If you have never tried to quit drugs before, everything you are about to experience is normal, and no matter how much it sucks, you just gotta trust the process, and we will get through this together.
Health and wellness is different for everyone, but for those undertaking addiction recovery, I am going to reveal my diet schedule for addiction recovery. Everything I am about to tell you is 100% my own opinions. First things first: fresh fruits and vegetables are the most important thing you can intake.
FOMO stands for Fear Of Missing Out, and it’s a real thing. There’s even a sweet song about it! I get fomo forsure. I think that the fear of missing out can lead to even more complex psychological issues, such as addiction, anxiety, and depression.
Florida is a beautiful state! I had never been here until I arrived in February. Landed in Miami at 2pm, and as soon as I said I was from California my Uber driver sold me weed. I love Miami.