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I am posting today as tomorrow I will be at work.
Tomorrow...26 September or 377 days it will mark 1 year of going cold turkey.
I have for 1 year of not smoking saved in a smart kitty $6240.00.
I have suprised myself with what I have achieved... others have asked if I was going to celebrate with a smoke....the answer is simple, NO..
Temptation at times is still there but I have to be strong,...
Today is a major Milestone for myself and an incentive to others who are also on a journey of No Smoking.
Today marks 9 months or 39 weeks or 285 days of No Smoking.
Saving to date has been $4680.00 which I have been tucking away each week
$120.00 which is what I would of been spending, so the saving has been quite
substantial and it still continues to grow each week and a great incentive.
Today marks a very big milestone in my journey to be a Non Smoker
Today is 7 months or 224 days of not putting a smoke stick to my lips,
Into my 30th week.....@$120.00 a week saving $3600.00 which I have stashed away,
I still have the Nicotine Demon just waiting for me to slip up, but I'm just determined not to give in.
I am surrounded by smokers so now I think I will die of being a passive ...
Today, 26th March 2016 marks the No Smoking for me for 6 months,
26th September 2015 was the 1st day of my journey of no smoking who would of thought that I would of succeeded to this point, least of all me.
Going from 60+ a day to 0 doing it cold turkey has been a great achievement
and also smoking for 45ish years,
My nest egg of $120.00 every Monday has built a nice reward for when I
21 weeks ago I had my last smoke.
What a journey it has been.
But I am so pleased with my achievment.
Today is day 90 or into week 11 of going cold turkey of no smoking,
I was a smoker of at least 45 years and just prior to giving up I was hitting 60+ smokes a day, I smoked rollies, White Ox,..I had been thinking of giving up many, many times over the years, but as the time went by 1 year turned into 2 and so forth and here I was still fagging away,
We I gave up 90 days ago it was not my full...
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