I have been smoke free for exactly 2 weeks now. 4-8-2020 was my quit day. One good thing that came out of having to stay at home. I started smoking when I was 26, crazy I know. A friend worked for a tobacco company, she smoked, and would bring cartons over to my house. It first started recreational and then a full blown habit. I never considered myself a heavy smoker. I smoked about 9-10 cigarettes a day and smoke about 1/2 of each one and then throw away. I don't relight cigs. I have made 2 attempts to quit and each lasted 3 months and then I would start again. This time will be different as I will never pick up a cigarette and tell myself it is only one. It only takes one to set me back. I can already breathe in deeper and have noticed very little coughing. I went cold Turkey so I could just get the nicotine out of me quickly. I had my worst withdrawals on day 4, went to bed and slept through it. I am going on more walks and finding lots to do in my yard and home to keep myself distracted. Any tips would be great.
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