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Hours become Days

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TANSTAAFL

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So, just passed 86 hours. still haven't smoked.

But this leads me to the question: when does the ability to measure something in hours stop? I've never heard of any span of time longer than 96 hours. I think after that you have to start just measuring in days, which sucks because then my hourly progress becomes less meaningful.

and then at what point can i no longer use days and have to switch to weeks?

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I think the actual usage of scales is up to the deliverer of the stats, so if you want to stick with hours you can.

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I think after that you have to start just measuring in days, which sucks because then my hourly progress becomes less meaningful.
Yes but that is a good thing. Restarting with days gives you something to work for again. Large numbers can lull you into a false sense of security which can make you lazy. Then move to months, then years. Each time you start with a new scale it may hurt your pride some but it does strengthen your will. A push-up feels easy at the top, but you would gain no muscle if you didn't ever come down to push-up again. Be strong!

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