35 days smoke and nicotine free
Posted 23 April 2013 - 05:11 AM
My Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.c...er/TheRobGraves
My github: https://github.com/robgraves
QUIT DATE: August 8th, 2013
Posted 23 April 2013 - 10:27 PM
I'm very happy for you!!
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S.moking is N.ot an O.ption T.oday
Better to be a nonsmoker with an occasional desire to smoke, than a smoker with a constant desire to quit.
Remember: everything bad about quitting is temporary, and everything good about quitting is permanent. TimidTulip
Not a day will ever go by that life is 100% perfect. But 100% of the days are better not smoking jwg
I feel no matter my outcome, quitting was still hands down the best thing I ever did....r.i.p. jwg 12/28/13
Like John, no matter my own outcome, quitting smoking is hands down the best thing I've ever done... mlm 2/16/17
Posted 26 April 2013 - 05:54 AM
one of the best things about not smoking is everyday we keep our quit is a day to celebrate.
Oh yes !!!
Every day not smoking should be a celebration all day, a celebration of tremendous gratitude for your freedom and life !!!
Every morning I wake, and not start the day with a cigarette, starts my day with wonderful optimism and gratitude that colors the rest of the day.
Life as a non-smoker is simply wonderful !!!
Congratulations Rob on tremendous progress !!!
► I smoked 30 years, 2 packs a day ... Bleah .....
► 14 October 2012 - ¡ This day I took control .... and took back my freedom !
► ¡ Cold Turkey On A Whim !
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¡¡¡ Rocket Science !!! (N.O.P.E. - Not.One.Puff.Ever .... Just For Today)
My Quit & First Post: http://www.quitsmoki...php?f=2&t=46786
Posted 26 April 2013 - 06:48 PM
"Most people, who have quit smoking, have had at least one unsuccessful try in the past. It is not important how many times you try to quit. The only important thing is, that eventually you stay quit" Ralph Waldo Emerson
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