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Bradj62
Hunter New England
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Love not smoking

Posted in Staying quit 09 Aug 2015
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Hello all. I am now 520 days smoke free and $9,449.00 richer. Have started a new job that has a lot less stress and I can afford it as I no longer smoke. I will be driving to work tomorrow in my new car that I bought as a reward with the money I have saved. If you are looking at giving them away/on the way or thinking about it, please do it. Your health and finances will love you for it :-)

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  • Feather (aka Oompa Loompa) August 09, 2015 | 18:33
    Thanks for your post brad. 520 days is awesome. People like you keep me motivated as I'm not even 1/10th way there.......yet. Determined to get there though.
  • Bronte, Mid North Coast August 10, 2015 | 21:39
    Brad, you are an inspiration to all of us. Congratulations!
  • jojie August 11, 2015 | 22:50
    Congratulations, Awesome accomplishment!

  • rockr August 17, 2015 | 23:01
    Whoa Brad! I am so sure that the reason for your success in quitting it for 520 days+ now is not only just the plain desire of 'quitting cigarettes' but also the constant belief that quitting would make you better and more efficient all the way - in anything you do. The motivation list is endless if one recognizes it - money saving, much improved general health & well being, being smoke-odour free always, the realisation that friends & family feel are beginning to be amazed by what you have done/achieved so far and mainly, the confidence that that you acquire by ralising that you too have great willpower!!!!!!!! WOW-all this is worth it surely darlings:) KEEP AT IT-KILL THE NICOTINE YEAH?
  • rockr August 17, 2015 | 23:03
    Whoa Brad! I am so sure that the reason for your success in quitting it for 520 days+ now is not only just the plain desire of 'quitting cigarettes' but also the constant belief that quitting would make you better and more efficient all the way - in anything you do. The motivation list is endless if one recognizes it - money saving, much improved general health & well being, being smoke-odour free always, the realisation that friends & family are beginning to be amazed by what you have done/achieved so far and mainly, the confidence that you acquire by realising that you too have great will power!!!!!!!! WOW-all this is worth it, surely darlings:) KEEP AT IT-KILL THE NICOTINE YEAH?

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