145 days.This is great @logicprox. That's the beauty of this method, just stick to the course, and it does get better. There will be moments when it comes back with a vengeance, but the strength of these moments become lesser and lesser and fewer in between, until you wake up one day wondering why the hell did you ever need this crap in the first place.
This.I think when you get to this stage in a "streak", it's not likely to go from absolutely crushing it to relapse suddenly (though this is my first time here so my supposition could be wrong). I think what happens is you start to get less rigorous about certain things, whether due to overconfidence or life stress or whatever else, and it starts to gently, almost imperceptibly reignite the parts of your brain that are still addicted. You sow the seeds of a relapse days or weeks before it happens.
Nice job @logicprox on getting back into the groove of things. These little things can add up, and sometimes, real quickly!The good routines and scripts that I established are still there, ready to be used, they just get weaker the longer you go without operating them. I felt them weakening a little as I got lax the last few weeks but as soon as I decided to bring them back it was natural again.