I’ve quit vaping. Temporarily.
Here’s the thing: I recently lost my main source of income, and could no longer afford some of the “extras” in my life until I get my next GOOD gig. (Shameless plug: If you’re looking for a freelance writer or editor, hit me up!).
Such is the life of a freelance writer/editor. It’s called the “Feast or Famine” cycle. When you’re a freelancer, things are either really good, or really bad, and hardly any in-betweens. Right now, I’m in the “famine” part of the cycle, but, fortunately, that never lasts for TOO long. I’m good at what I do, and usually find work fairly quickly.
In the meantime, I’ve had to cut out some of my expenses that weren’t “mandatory.” Vaping was one of the things that got the cut, sadly.
How It Feels
I was never a smoker, so I never had to deal with quitting smoking. I started vaping as a way to ease my crushing anxieties and to give me something to do with my hands other than nervous ticks.
I was vaping at a level six nicotine.
Quitting was both “easy” and really, really hard. Continue reading “How It Feels to Quit Vaping”