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Today Is Day 914. I have banked every cent it would cost me to buy smokes. Last year I bought a brand new Kia Sportage with the money. All cash. Today Im going to have porcelain veneers to get rid of my yukky yellow teeth. Getting excited about what to plan with the next lot of savings. Look at the reward - besides the fact I can breathe now too, my first brand new car in 57 years... now Im going...
Hello guys , This is my 3rd time of quitting , first was for 4 months and most recently for 5 days then a slip up … I hope this will be the final slip up I’ll have ….especially when I still deal with anxiety and stress as major triggers ….. 😪😪 but deep down I am really tired of smoking … I hope to stay quit even with all the withdrawal symptoms…
Six years ago I put the ciggies down and went cold turkey. Have not had a puff since. I made a date a month ahead and then each week cut smoking in half ending up with 5 a day for the last week. On the day I ate an apple every time I felt like a smoke. You don't crave a ciggie if you've just eaten an apple. Six years later I still have an apple before I go to bed. Smoke doesn't bother me. My smel...
I originally stopped smoking in 2017 but after illness and death if my father I found myself smoking again
December I decided that I definitely will stop smoking for good .
And haven't light a single cigarette cince than .
Being married to a non smoker definetly helps a lot .
Hi it’s fiz I haven’t had a smoke since September I it’s been hard but I don’t really want to have one I do dream that I am smoking but I don’t want one when I wake up I do get cranky sometimes but I feel much better I’m hoping I don’t smoke again
Yesterday was a nice round number of 1700 smoke free days. As the time marches on, smoking has become a distant memory but each day I am truly thankful for my freedom.
To those who are still struggling, my only advice is to keep practicing NOPE - Not One Puff Ever. It works and it's real.
Stay strong and you'll succeed.
Keep saving money which keeps me focused on health too!
As I unwrap the 4th week dose of Champix - i feel so proud that today I have completed 3 weeks smoke free. I would say it was not that tough for me - I always thought smoking was my life and I would never be able to quit but these past 3 weeks have been so nice. I did feel a craving here and there sometimes but I managed to stay away. For all those who are in this journey with me - keep tyring an...
Hi all I gave up smoking 14 days ago after smoking 20 a day for 43 years I’m using patches and gum I’m going to be a grandma for the first time in September so have to get healthy so I can run around with my granddaughter
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