Bubbles


It’s Tuesday morning… let’s see if I can stay off the soft drinks for a week. Oh, and no coffee either.

This’ll be interesting.

Comments (12)

  1. David says:

    …and in the end sleep better, wake up better, have more energy, be nicer, add 10 years to your life, and 10,000% life to your years.

  2. Brendan says:

    Good luck with your week! I broke the horrible addiction a number of years ago and now pretty well avoid caffeine, when I’m up til 3 am debugging something, I’m doing it because of personal motivation and desperation… not the artificial stuff.

  3. JT says:

    Be sure and post your experiences on this… I need to break the habbit too..

  4. Jeremy Davis says:

    Well, you can still drink this:

    http://www.republicoftea.com/templates/detail.asp?navID=18

    Virtually no caffeine!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hojicha

    Mmmm, tea.

  5. This is funny, I didn’t think anybody would be interested in this post. It’ll be interesting to see what happens the next week or so.

    I won’t post more about this, since it kinda pollutes the front page of blogs.msdn.com, but if you’re interested, keep an eye on the article http://blogs.msdn.com/jesperh/archive/2005/03/08/389677.aspx. I’ll update that as I go along.

    Thanks for your support!

  6. Bazze says:

    Du, sluta med drickor och kaffe??? Jag sätter en öl på att du inte klarar veckan ut :-)

  7. William Sullivan says:

    I’m trying to break my 3-liter diet soda a day habit now (too much acid for my teeth). I found that Coke distributes a diet lemonade (~40 calories in one 2-liter) that kicks ass. Good way to get the same satisfaction without the caffiene and acid.

  8. Bazze – nä, oddsen är fan inget vidare… Fast det är klart, öl sa jag inget om!

  9. Headaches will be a common feature when u give up coffee/soda all of a sudden. Suggestion: Cut down on it slowly. Also, eat some fruits when you can.