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Bring on Easter Baby.

Posted in Hints and tips 07 Feb 2020

So this Easter it will be 2 years since I Quit smoking. No cravings, no desire to smoke. Sometimes I'll smell it and think oh that's nice and other times think it's awful. I had a rough year or so due to having to learn how to cope with stressful situations without smoking but I really feel so free now. I get to finally live the life I'd always wanted. Lungs that let me jog and climb mountains. Better finances. Being a positive role model to my daughter. The list is endless and has made the difficulties worthwhile. Best advice that I was told was you only have to get through today. Tell yourself that every day.

Also, celebrate like you've won lotto every day. Don't wallow in self pity over losing your best friend like I did. Be proud of yourself and get excited for your smoke free future. If you can.

Wishing you all the best on your journeys. X

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  • Lando, Hunter New England February 07, 2020 | 7:12
    Hi Larn. Congratulations on 2 years free. And thank you for the tips and encouragement.
  • softly40, Mid North Coast February 07, 2020 | 9:34
    So pleased for you Larn, Your daughter must feel so proud of you. Look at all the money you have saved, and how its so important to feel happy in our smoke free days, even just reminding ourselves to be thankful for every good thing that happens daily. NOPE (not one puff ever)
  • Happiness February 07, 2020 | 12:58
    congrats on 2 years and enjoying the benefits of being free Larn.
  • Nuts February 07, 2020 | 13:59
    You are fantastic Larn. Such an inspiration to others. Well done mate.🎈🥂💕
  • Larn March 28, 2020 | 1:34
    Thanks guys. Xo

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