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Identify the times you mostly used to smoke or chew nicotine. Try to keep yourself busy during those times. You can take tea or can go for a walk with your friend.
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Type each poem or story on its own page. Use different font styles, colors, and sizes for each page. For example, if there is a poem about Halloween, find an appropriate font that reminds you of that holiday. Use black and orange colors for the font.
No matter whether you crave a little or a lot, chocolate is addicted and targets the same area of your brain as heroin does. On top of having an opiate like effect on your brain, chocolate also contains caffeine, theobromine (a stimulant similar to caffeine), phenylethylamine (an amphetamine-like substance) and also traces of compounds similar to THC (the active ingredient in Marijuana). So you are fighting a physically addictive substance here and it shouldn't be taken so light heartedly!
You need to make some changes in your life to get over this phase quickly. Try going to the public places where smoking is not allowed or join a gym and do regular exercise with your friends. Try something new to physically avoid yourself from smoking. Activities like swimming, yoga or playing video games can be effective for you.
Yet another idea is to make a Book of just the child's artwork. You can use the original pages or scan and print them so all the pages match. If you scan them, you can add the child's name and date or just the year the artwork was created. If you choose to use the original pages, just hand-write the pertinent info on each page.
When your time is up on the computer, find something else to do: Most libraries are lenient on this one. If no one else is waiting, they'll usually give you a second session. But if people are waiting or the librarian on duty is a stickler for rules, that's all right. You can get back on it tomorrow. Closely related to this is the rule of not looking over your neighbor's shoulder. What they're doing online is none of your business. At the same time, it is generally unacceptable to look at porn on a public computer, particularly at the library. There are usually children present.
As together we write our life stories, we are challenging each other with these kinds of questions. We're intentionally creating an environment - a culture - where we're creating a living legacy. in some cases, a whole new family legacy! If it's broken, why pass it on to the next generation?