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It's been awhile since I wrote in here.
I still haven't had one puff, it's been since April 18 when I wound up in the hospital with pneumonia.
I'm glad I haven't smoked, but I gotta say I still have plenty of moments during the day that I WOULD normally be smoking that I think about it, I eat instead, gotta start doing something about the weight gain.
Deep breaths, I'm not sure a...
I have not had a single puff since April. I have concentration lapses and push the idea of getting cigarettes away from my chest like pushing away a ball. I say aloud "I don't smoke". Then I find something to do for five or ten minutes. When I do this I deliberately choose an activity which is not demanding. Things like colouring-in, maths puzzles, simple knitting or cleaning the kitchen. More ch...
Haven't been on site for a bit but glad I did this morning
I'm 23 days cold turkey and have saved $500
I'm doing better than I thought I would
I'm able to sit with other smokers and just know that I never want to smoke again
I'm making progress
Thank you for all your support
I'm hoping I can be of some support to others on this site 😁
Just a check in. It's my birthday and I just realised I have been smoke free for 219 days. I am very proud of myself. For all you fellow non-smokers I would like to say you should be very proud of yourself. You are doing amazing.
Well fellow.quitters I'm on day 7 n feeling pretty awesome using patches n fruit lol I have my struggling days where I should smoke again feel like I'm stressed to the max but I jus get my fruit n move on my knee surgery is going to be closer then I thought 😊😊😊I can do this 🤩🤩🤩
The beginning was a chest infection,. when trying to smoke it made me cough like there was no tomorrow
Forced to stop for 2 days,after that I thought I just as well continue staying off them
One thing led to another and before long I was ready to break my 12 day record that lasted 50 years
Time quietly drifted on,the craves kept tapping into my soul yet I stayed smoke free
With absolute ast...
10 days and still going strong
I never thought I would get this far and I'm feeling better about my self each and every day
I'm cold turkey and keep saying to myself even out loud
I don't smoke
Day 5 and yes I still would like a smoke but I know that I want to break this habit so am resisting the urge .I have 2 goals
1 is my health will be better and 2 is money saved
bring on day 6 I am ready
Triple digits club now, reached an important milestone for me, it’s been such a help reading others experiences on this forum. I have saved over $3000, will be enjoying on o/seas trip soon. Thanks to all for your support. Anyways, onwards and upwards without that monkey on my back..... now for dry July...
418 days of no smoking.its just feel like a start of complete new life.Skin tone is so improved and breathing feel so feesh.i think i am so lucky to get away with this.
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