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Everyday just think of how much better I feel
Thursday will mark 3 year omg I can hardly believe it ...we have had two family holiday and I have so much fun shopping at kmart ....with all the extra money lol if you have just started stick with it :)
So, today is 5 months! 153 days. It feels really freaking great. While i do still have slight smoking nostalgia (and maybe always will?) I definitely feel like the hard part is over. Though I have heard stories of people slipping up after 5 or 6 months, i'm really going to work to not go down that road!
I do feel like i've gained a bit of weight as a result of quitting and as i'm in the northe...
Hi from London, I am now 30 days free from smoke and although i really proub of myself as ive been smoking for 33 years i have a cough that i can not shake. Ive read that it is my body removing the toxins from my body but how long does this last?? it is ruining my social life as i dont want to be out coughing and spitting out phlegm (sorry for being graphic) sometimes the cough is so vigarous ...
229 days. Am soo happy with myself. Nearly a year. Feel better, look better and much happier. Wishing all the best of luck on their journey
For my kids and my sister n law as well as my health
A short gasp, one spray with the Nicorette Quickmist kills the craving off instantly once you're used to it.
So my son (recently turned 18) says to me 'Mum, you were so agitated, cranky, mean, snappy, critical and moody when you first quit I had to 'google' if you would change back to your normal self. Lucky you did or one of us was going to have to move out!' God I laughed, considering it was my house I can tell you who wasn't moving out!! I was telling a close friend of mine what my son said and her...
Hi All, its day 30 today. I am really happy with my progress, especially when I am staying with smokers around me. I am drinking a beer or two a week but I am still able to stay without smoking. I have joined a new job at a new place. Started jogging everyday and eating healthy food. I just want to keep on, taking one day at a time. Cheers!
I have never been so glad to be an ex-smoker. Where I live we have a heatwave going on and it was 42 degrees today (107 Fahrenheit) 41 yesterday and 41 tomorrow. I see the poor suckers outside in the raw heat, cooking themselves because they need a nicotine hit. I actually feel sorry for them. Now, I hate the heat. I totally live up to my screen name Cranky when it's hot, I cannot imagine, these ...
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