With the success of the first five days, I set my goals to reduce my consumption of energy drinks from the current two cans to none while reducing the number of mugs of coffee that I consume in a week from the current three to one. I have been successful for four days now. I have not consumed any energy drink and am yet to take my one mug of coffee. I have continued to rely on my support system (Perkinson and Jongsma 63). My cousin employs the distraction technique to ensure that I do not crave for either the mug of coffee or a can of energy drink. Furthermore, I plan to buy myself another pair of shoes if I complete the week without taking any can of energy drink. The availability of the drinks remains a challenge, but I currently avoid the dispensing machine and large social circles that may influence me to take the drinks.
My goals are achievable. The first week was challenging, but I overcame the myriad withdrawal symptoms. My system is adapting to the lack of caffeine and excessive sugar. As I set new goals, I am developing a new behavior. I currently drink a substantial amount of water and fresh juices. I am developing a systemic love for passion and mango juices. I bought a blender and collaborated with my mother to ensure that the house does not lack fruits. I enjoy preparing the fresh juice. I spare some time to ensure that I prepare a liter or two of fresh juice, which I stock in the fridge. As I shed my addiction to caffeinated drinks, I am developing a new addiction that I believe