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Hello all, its been 3 weeks for me today and i am so happy i quit smoking. Cigarettes is nasty smelly horrid things. i saved money this pay and not stressed about where to find $$$ to pay for my habit.
i`m doing ok, severe cravings is fading. I just love reading the stories on here keeps me motivated and know i`m not alone in this battle. Bring on another week x
Hi all, thought I would check in and yes still going strong 💪 6 weeks, completely off Champix for over a week and have no desire to smoke. I have had really bad reflux though omg I have tried tablets, quick eze, water, anything and everything,nothing seems to work until I looked up on google and said to chew gum... thank you Google 😁😁😁😁
I don’t notice people smoking around me.(my family sm...
Day 66 still smoke free it was tough at first but getting easier
I have schizophrenia. I seem to need nicotine, whenever I go without it my mental health suffers dramatically. I'm 5 months smoke free now, but it took a full year of constant trying to get quit. I had to quit because I couldn't afford it (I'm on the pension)
After trying everything, in the end it was champix that got me smoke free, but after a month or so I was dying to buy cigare...
Smoke free for 1,255 , that's 3 years and 5 months and according to the price I originally entered onto this site I am over $25,000.00 better off.
I won't tell you it was easy ,as it wasn't, in the early days I "just want a ciggie" , loved walking past smokers so I could savoir the aroma, didn't quite know what to do with all my "spare" time (I cleaned) , and all of a sudden I no longer had my ...
75th day smoke free today. I have also started going to the gym. Still struggling to quit alcohol. I worry that one evening I might drink enough to weaken my resolve of staying quit.
Trying every day
What a relief to be counting the days quit. Today the ducks line up as I have reached day 1234. Guess I just liked the number. Hope the quitters on this site are enjoying the growing number of quit days they have reached. Remember, whatever you number, we all start at day 1. Day 1 is 1234 times harder than day 1234. Those early days can be seemingly impossible but not quitting is becoming less of...
Well here i am 14 days without a cigarette. Starting week 4 on Champix tomorrow and i am doing well. I find my cravings is the worst in the afternoon not sure why. I am over the worst i hope, my house smells good, i smell good, there is no stopping me now. I don`t want to smoke anymore!! I can do this!
Have a fab nicotine free day x
I can't believe after 35 years of smoking that at noon today I am 1 year smoke free. Ironically, I did not plan to quit. On Oct 14th last year I got the mail and we had received a HUGE premium increase on our health insurance because my husband and I were smokers. I said "I am not paying that, I quit". And I did. I never smoked another cigarette, I didn't smoke a "good bye" cig, I didn't make a b...
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