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Illawarra Shoalhaven

From fit to fitter - Feeling amazing inside & out

Posted in Quit experiences 08 Mar 2019

I’m feeling the best I’ve ever felt - my puffer use is nearly non existent, I have so much time on my hands, I thought I was fit before well I’m a bloody elite athlete now lol- serious though, I feel great I actually feel like it’s normal to not smoke- What a ride the last 60 plus days have been it wasn’t that hard for me at all maybe because I was so ready amdsixk to death of being held captive by such a stupid filthy money wasting toxic substance - happy weekend peeps! We have a night away without the kids and for the first time I booked a room with no thought of ether or not it had a balcony if it was non smoking blah blah that’s probably my favourite part of this journey all that I have gained from stoping there is so much to gain and nothing to loose !

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  • Hlouise, Illawarra Shoalhaven March 08, 2019 | 13:48
    *Sick to death
  • Happiness March 09, 2019 | 1:33
    Enjoy your night away and weekend HLouise. A great reward for yourself for a job well done. I agree that the health rewards are priceless. Feeling the light weightedness after unburdening ourselves from the guilt and ill effects of smoking is amazing

    . Everyone can achieve this too with positive thinking and a plan to put into effect. (Or read Allan Carr with my link)
  • Geo March 09, 2019 | 12:19
    Great Job HLouise your a fortunate one, yes you are, not to miss or have any craving! Keep up the good work ! How long were you a smoker ?
  • Hlouise, Illawarra Shoalhaven March 09, 2019 | 12:55
    Hi geo I was a smoker for 18 years - don’t get me wrong the first few weeks mind over matter and positive affirmations and just speaking out loud my choice to see it for what it was poison toxic money taking addiction
  • Hlouise, Illawarra Shoalhaven March 09, 2019 | 12:55
    Thanks happiness
  • Geo March 09, 2019 | 14:22
    I agree, it been the same for me, and lately I feel like you ( 55 days quit here ) but this isn't my first rodeo, I am aware of my essential nature and I am so thankful of the sites I belong to that give education, support and positive remarks to keep me on track. Also at particular times I remember I am an addict, and human. Keep up the great work !

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