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Katrina+struggling
Hunter New England
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20/06/2019
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12 months smoke free woohooo

Posted in Staying quit 14 Jun 2020
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Woohooo 12 months smoke free can not believe i actually done im super proud of my self n my partner we both did it together n we both still alive lol hsha the only down fall is weight gain but I'm starting that next with what I been thru mental health n knee injury I still done it if I can do it anyone one can n the support from you guys here I can quit family has been awesome n help me thru it to good luck everyone you can do it ❤🚭🚭🚭

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  • matik_one June 15, 2020 | 5:39
    Incredible.. story worth to follows.. 1 year is like a dream on the beginning.. but as I see it's real and reachable.. really good job.. keep going and do not forget to share with us your next milestones.. ;)
  • Happiness June 15, 2020 | 8:56
    That is so awesome Kathrina. Wonderful that you have reached a significant milestone and encourage others with your success. We believe in ourselves when we see others do it. Congrats to your partner as well. Enjoy your freedom , money and health. You will also lose those extra pounds with the same determination and positive thinking. No crash diet is necessary, simply make better choices every meal.
  • softly40, Mid North Coast June 15, 2020 | 10:00
    Well done Katrina, 12 months! It is a great feeling, to enter the years after entering the days and months on this website. You deserve a reward of sorts, the main gift is your love for you and yours congratulations and keep on believing NOPE (not one puff ever) no matter what.
  • Lia June 15, 2020 | 20:48
    Great milestone, Katrina. Enjoy this success and more to follow. If you can make up your mind to stop smoking, you can do the same with what you consume and lose the weight. I removed 18 kg by avoiding "50 shades of beige". Nothing white, cream, yellow etc. No sugar, no cookies, no ice cream, no bread, no cheese. Think that spells it out... Best wishes
  • Katrina+struggling, Hunter New England June 16, 2020 | 0:14
    thank everyone I'm super proud of my outcome n how everything has gone
  • Nuts June 16, 2020 | 13:39
    Wow 12 months. Well done you. Thats great. Buy yourself something special. I gained some weight as well, but lost it by cutting out chocolate. It gave me something else to think about. Dont stress about a little weight gain. You will lose it and be a non smoker as well. Its a win all round. 👍💖

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