Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2013 9:51 AM (in response to SuperHiMan)
Any time the computer is turned on (including sleeping) and not plugged into the charger, the cycle count is increasing at some rate. You cannot prevent it from getting higher and stay untethered. Of course, the whole point of a notebook computer is to be portable, and most are used on battery at one time or another, if not most of the time. If you have gone through 104 cycles in 60 days, you must use the battery most of the day.
The obvious way to reduce the rate of battery cycle count increase is to keep the computer plugged into the charger as much as possible. You should also explore the options in System Preferences > Energy Saver > Battery to see if you can cut down on battery drain.