Have you ever wondered by we strive for 100 days as our “Hall of Fame”? Why did we choose 100? Is there something special about it?
General question here. I am not sure why 100 days was chosen for making the Hall of Fame. I am sure there is probably a good reason for it. Does anyone know for sure? Just a curious newbie.
It’s a nice round number. That’s really all there is to it.
Are you “cured” at 100 days? Not by a long shot. But by that point you’ve got all of the tools and resources available to you that you can make it for the long haul.
365 would probably be a more “appropriate” HOF number, but when you are just starting out after years (decades) of being a dipper, an entire year is just too daunting. 100 days is roughly 3 months. That’s manageable.
That being said, QuitinCA said it best: “The end of each day without nicotine is my daily hall of fame.” That’s the way you have to tackle this addiction. Day by day. Those +1s will add more and before you know, 100, 365 and even a comma will be in your past and you’ll be on your way to freedom.
Do you have a question about your quit? Let us know and we’ll try to get it answered!