Hello all, do I have a trick or two for you!!
Todays tutorial will be “how to download any media file from any website.”
How many times have you went to someones MySpace page and liked their profile song so much that you just had to have it.
We’ll MySpace as well as the artists do their best to ensure that this isn’t possible, but with the FREE RealPlayer
Well it wasn’t long for me to find an excuse to smoke. I’m over at a buddy’s house hanging out that smokes and sure enough what do I say. Hey “can I bum a smoke”. Well I didn’t buy any.
First and foremost getting into the car on the way over to his house, I realized I probably would be weak and find a reason to smoke. Some morning coffee and Xbox with an old buddy. This was a situation I needed to avoid. If your serious about cessation and living longer, avoid these types of enviornments, hanging out some where well nothing really structured is going on. Just hanging out leads to boredom and a quick vise. The inafmous ciggerette
Day 5 was better, I smoked 2 ciggerettes :-)
Day 6, still going strong, having to look at my jar of yuck constantly to finish this quit!
Well call this, what not to do. I’m over stuffing myself when I eat. I have the munchies extremely bad, but I’m surprisingly going strong on the no smoking.
I ate to the point that my stomach hurt at dinner time. I have been back and forth from the TV to the computer periodically just so as not to be just sitting in one spot the whole night getting an itch to smoke. Besides when I was cooking tonight I haven’t felt the urge in a few hours, but again nice quick meal so I’m not having to wait for the food, so I didn’t want to relax and smoke.
I have been trying to keep busy as much as possible and finally I found the time to come back with an update to cessation today. All is well and even though I’ve had to go check on my little display to keep me on track with the quit. But I’m still strong.
I also just briefly caught the end of Oprah Winfrey show today about the damage smoking causes our body, and even more over our lungs and the sometimes irreversible damage caused by it. I will be scouring the Internet for this or if some where someone out has a TIVO of this and could somehow get me a copy that would be great, anyways time to fly, sitting makes me anxious~
Well like most, smoking cessation is something I’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to doing. Then again I’m sure it’s the same for anyone else reading this post that smokes.
It’s one of those things we put off that we really can’t afford to put off any longer. “Smoking Cessation is now” this is the final straw for me.
I will be blogging this experience, and documenting my cravings and attitude during various parts of the day to help reflect some of the changes you might expect when you decide to quit smoking. Like the heartburn at night, the bad hiccups when I wake up in the morning. Though these could be just my experience and not typical.
Basically tricks and tips for anyone else trying to quit. I will also include tips on how to avoid situations that require, or bring up the urge to smoke. But I am NO DR.
This blog will also chronologically date events associated with these chest pains in-case it maybe worse then just a pain.
This is also my stand, to kick the habit!
First Post on smoking cessation
Seeing as I felt like I was about to die the last few nights the pains are that bad, I decided this was the perfect time to put into action a plan of attack in combating this horrible addiction to nicotine and cigarettes in general, and with all their add chemicals to help keep you stay hooked, it’s the perfect opportunity to get healthy in 2008……
I did it, today is day 2. I quit smoking yesterday. YAY! Well, no hold the applause for just a moment. You see, today is only day two and I’m starting to lose it. This has to be one of the strangest things I’ve ever decided to do and I’m sure it only adds to the pressure. No not smoking cessation, but by blogging and documenting the “QUIT”. It adds to the pressure.
On top of that, this is my first documented journal of any sorts and in the literal sense, it’s a public journal, so it could be confusing as well as a bit personal. But it should be fun and interesting none the less, especially when I look back on it in the future as a non-smoker. This was the therapy I needed.
The only bad part about the blog posts is it requires being on the computer and this sucks. So I basically have to restructure my hobbies and pastimes at the moment, so forgive me if the posts are slow coming right now.
Watch me daily!!!!!
Well this post is based on a personal favorite of mine. Food! Good old BBQ ribs.
By the way, those or mashed potatoes, that once cooked, got baked for a few minutes with a little shredded cheddar.
I bring you a delectable recipe for mouth watering boneless country ribs, with an insatiable sauce that will have you wanting more with a smile on you’re face
It’s both flavors rich and decadent, and all in the same bite. Let me tell you, this recipe for BBQ sauce is just the best and can guarantee it will blow away anyone that tries it. Including the most skeptical of BBQ connoisseurs.
From the Hershey’s chocolate syrup to the liquid smoke, you can’t go wrong. It’s simple and easy, and with very little clean up you have an easy meal to look forward to. Just throw away the aluminum foil. But it “MUST” be slow cooked . This recipe is for everyday people looking to sit down to some good comfort food. And I promise, there will be no leftovers~ OK, let’s get going.
Please, if you enjoyed this recipe, please leave feedback. Comments are always appreciated, Thanks!
Start by preparing your area and gathering you’re ingredients. Take an 11 x 7 baking pan, line the bottom and sides with aluminum foil and save a piece to cover. Start mixing the wet and dry ingredients together. (no special order) Put in a pot and bring the ingredients to a slight boil to liquefy the sugars, and then cool.
Start the oil in your pan. Once its hot, place the meat in the pan leaving room so you can rotate the meats position so it is constantly hitting a hot spot in the pan and not simmering in steam. Once browned, toss them into your cake pan and top with the remaining sauce.
Add about an 1/4 cup of water to the pan, but try to avoid the ribs themselves so you don’t liquify the sauce, you want just a tad here and there in the pan. The water helps to tenderize the meat well slow cooking and ensures they don’t dry out, but are moist and juicy and perfectly tender. Now cover! You’re ready to begin cooking at 350′ for 3 hours. No need to check on them. they will be fine. NOW go watch a good movie, and relax. (you deserve it) After 3 hours, remove cover and add the remaining sauce, cook an additional 30 minutes at 250′. Remove from heat, and allow to cool for a moment. You’re ready, time to dive into some goodness ~Peilo