Yep slowly heading towards the one year mark smoke free,and just under 8400 smokes not smoked with the addiction being 25 a day-you can do it folks-this is not my first attempt but this time I really am starting to feel like a non smoker for the first time in thirty plus years.thanks to you for all your bloggs it really helps during the tough times knowing that you arnt alone on this journey.
Thats where I am at now-still think about a smoke now and again but realistically after a thirty year habit at twenty five a day its not surprising-I do feel really well the weight is trending down again and have not spent about $5000 on them-good luck to you all and thanks for the support through these blogs- it does help heaps.
Couldn't have got this far without you guys and reading the Bloggs-nice to know I am not alone on this journey-kapai
Day 24 for me and it is getting easier, for example now when I wake up the urge to have that first smoke is lessening quite noticeably which has been a big step for me.the blogs are a great reinforcer to keep going so thanks to you all.
Day 17 and remaining smoke free-two days ago things wobbled a bit for no particular reason that I could see-reading the blogs etc got me through smoke free-thanks to you all.
Day five for me from a twenty five a day habit-this is about the fifth attempt over the last as many years-am using the gum by itself this time-certainly have more energy, mentally seem to be in a bit of a twilight zone.Keeping the reasons for stopping on top,health,cost and the anti social aspects which helps moving the thoughts away from having another smoke.When I wake its the best and worst times,I feel great that I've gone another 24 hours without one,feel really well physically then ruin it by thinking about having a smoke.Anyway reading these blogs is a huge assist,thanks folks