Really happy to pass the 90-day mark. I can definitely feel a difference in myself compared to the days of relapsing after two weeks here, 25 days there, another two weeks, in a constant cycle. I think the last time I had anything longer than two months was in 2014, so I am really grateful. I think having a baby gave me some motivation, but I know from past experience that that is not something I should rely on completely and need to strengthen my recovery. An area of my life that I really want to address is that of staying focused in my work and also staying off social media, which I'm making strides in, but I have days where I can't seem to pull myself away. The days of me spending entire days on social are now becoming rare, unlike in the early days of this particular "streak" when I just didn't feel alive unless I was on social media all the time. Now, the zest for life is returning and I am even starting to find pleasure in my work, rather than feeling like I'm under a severe weight, when all I would rather be doing is be viewing P or trawling social media looking for suggestive content, thinking about escort sites, looking for escorts/porn stars/etc.. on social media. I am not yet as good as I'd like to be in terms of my positive routines, like reading daily and training daily, but I feel like being sober is making whatever efforts I am able to put in much more meaningful. Even the down-times and time spent with family, friends and colleagues feels more meaningful. Another "side-effect" is that my voice quality is improving as anxiety slowly recedes and I am a bit more confident in my interactions with people. I always knew that this is one of the benefits of rebooting, but only starting to see it come to fruition now, I was quite bleek during the second month when I found myself still struggling to find my voice, frustrated that I might never be confident enough to achieve anything of value. At the end of the day, I'm not just rebooting to avoid negative consequences. I'm also recovering so that I can go after my dreams more effectively, be a better influence in my profession, be a better dad, a better husband, a better human being and bring a better energy to the world. It's so hard to see this when we're in so much pain, the worst pain is being so numb that we don't even realise we are struggling with life. Praying for small victories, praying to get closer to my Higher Power, praying that I may continue on this path of recovery. Praying for everyone struggling, everyone suffering, everyone lost, everyone confused, everyone frustrated, everyone in pain. I pray that you may find a way to peace, a way to something better and no longer have to suffer through the same endless cycle of pain.