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Im not sure I could imagine getting to 600 days when I started or how it would feel.
It of course feels amazing. I rarely even think about smoking anymore and can easily be around smokers without getting tempted.
Over $17k saved.
If I can, you can.
Trust me when I say the grass IS greener on the other side of the fence! Join me and come and see.
365 days smoke free
6,600 cigarettes not smoked
Lots more energy.
Wife says I rarely snore anymore.
Finally deciding to give up was one of the best decisions of my life. If youve just started on your journey then I wish you well and encourage you to stay strong. Theres a better life on the other side of smoking
300 days today!
Feeling very proud of myself right now. I was going to say I was lucky I quit when I did, but it wasnt luck. It took a lot of willpower and strength. Its better to say I was fortunate with the timing due to Covid 19 and all. Not just dropping out of a high risk category, but money wise with what is happening with economies at the moment.
Things are going well. I may occasionally...
A nice early Xmas present. 200 days nicotine free!! :-) $5,803 saved.
I still have the odd moment or two every now and then when I have a mental craving, but it quickly passes. I can be next to someone smoking and not feel like I'll give in and ask for one.
Reading back over my early posts the thing that strikes me is the fear.
Fear about quiting.
Fear of cravings
Fear of the experience.
Was planning to post on Day 100 (much better title) but missed it, so going with Day 108 instead.
Haven't posted in here for awhile but things are going well. Still completely smoke/nicotine free since the start.
Just shy of 3k saved.
Still get thoughts about having one which is annoying but theyre easily dismissed compared to first few days/weeks.
A question for those much further into the j...
Hit another milestone today. 2 whole months!! Feeling very happy.
Nothing much changed since last update. Still have thoughts about smoking (about 4 or 5 a day) but pass after a few seconds. None have come close to making me relapse.
Still no Zyban, but doubt Ill use it now anyway since all "cravings" are mental rather than physical.
If youve just started then I urge you to keep going and ...
Isnt that a title of a movie?
Anyway 45 days...today is 46...and going well. Ive had a few urges last 2 days (definitely more than usual) which has surprised me. Nothing major and easily battered away after a few moments, but coming at an increased frequency than other weeks.
Saved over 1.2k now.
How the *deleted* did I ever afford this stupid habit?!?
I live in Perth and apparently theres no Zyban to be had anywhere. All Chemists are out and not expecting anymore till end of July. Luckily, Ive got past that initial cravings phase so I should be ok, but could be a real problem for people just starting or coming off their 1st short prescription.
Is it the same in other states?
1 whole month!
Very happy to be here. Smell, taste, fitness, breath, bank balance, breathing....all noticeable improvements. According to the app Ive saved $819, which is just ridiculous when you think about it. I was willingly paying that money to reduce my sense of smell, taste and fitness. Make it difficult to breathe and have stinky breath.
So happy I finally took the plunge and gave it aw...
Hit the 3 week mark today!
Had another first in my quit experience 2 days ago.....getting off an airplane. The wife and I flew to Melbourne for a short stay, and normally upon arrival it would see me scampering outside for a smoke while she wited at baggage claim. Had a bit of an urge but no real craving. Watched others heading out the door for one.
Another first...staying at a hotel. Non smoki...
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