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July 14th - Tuesday's Terrific Quitters!

Hello I quit 21 days ago on a Tuesday !!!!
My Milage:

My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 21
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 630
Amount Saved: $157.50
Life Gained:
Days: 2 Hrs: 1 Mins: 3 Seconds: 30

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21 days

Hello, it has been a few days since I checked the forum out. I am celebrating 21 days nicotine free....I even survived a major move this weekend into a new house with no smell of smoke like my apartment was. I truly feel great about this whole quit....This guy and I was discussing how I quit and how he is quitting he spent $15.00 on a book...I spent less on juices and lollipops and used this site daily for the first two weeks, due to the move I could not check out online but, my thoughts were here when that urge to smoke arose. Fortunately, I do not have the cravings like I used to but, when I do I have the tools to fight them!!!
My Milage:

My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 21
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 630
Amount Saved: $157.50
Life Gained:
Days: 2 Hrs: 1 Mins: 4 Seconds: 18

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YIPEE 30 DAYS

It is truly amazing I have 30 days nicotine/smoke free today!!! I am truly amazed this month has been very stressful due to the things I have had to face.I broke up with boyfriend and moved him out, I also moved into a new house, quit my job on my 3rd day of quit, had my car ran into, lost a entertainer that I grew up listening to RIP Michael, attending 12 step meetings in a place where EVERYBODY smokes,not to mention the other little things that I had to just Let Go and Let God just like I did with this One day At A Time I had to let go. I am so glad there is a forum like this because this was also a big help with the stories that other people went through and the experience, strength and hope I recieved Thanks. Tonight as a reward I will be going shopping!!!! Do not know what I will get hopefully for my smoke free home but, I deserve it.I am praying for me and all the other people who want to quit and or stay quit. Together WE can do this.
 

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My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 30
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 900
Amount Saved: $225.00
Life Gained:
Days: 2 Hrs: 21 Mins: 25 Seconds: 59

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It is 90 days today!!!

Hello I know it has been awhile since I last posted however....I am celebrating 90 days today nicotine free!!! I have been really busy with my new home and now I am back to classes I just don't find the time like I used to to post but, this is a day I did not ever think I could achieve. I have had some mighty TEMPTATIONS but, I still did not break down and smoke. Although some days are hard for the most part it is a rewarding journey and hopefully with prayer I can continue my journey. If you think you can't do this YOU CAN....One day at a time and sometimes for me it was one minute at a time, whatever it takes just DO IT!!!


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My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 90
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 2,700
Amount Saved: $675.00
Life Gained:
Days: 8 Hrs: 13 Mins: 13 Seconds: 56

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TODAY I HAVE.....

Hello everyone, I am proud to say I have 100 days nicotine free today!!! I did not think i was going to make it, I went from my hometown to a city an hour with a pack of My brand ciggarettes under the seat. I had every intenion of smoking but, through grace I did not, I gave the pack away but, the next day I bummed a smoke put it on my entertainment center and talked with it throughout the day.Was going to smoke when I got back from class and meeting.I did not....WHY? Because when I was at school I had an asthama attack going up the stairs....Funny how a dose of reality will jerk you right up. Needless to say I really needed appreciate my new found freedom. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers because, I need it.


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My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 100
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 3,000
Amount Saved: $750.00
Life Gained:
Days: 9 Hrs: 14 Mins: 0 Seconds: 17

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It has been a struggle

Hello it truly has been a struggle but, Today I have 120 days Nicotine free. I started off cold turkey and with the help of some good friends, bananna candy, and hundreds of lollipos I am still doing this. I do take this one day at a time. I have not ever made it 120 days before I got to 90 days but that was 2 years ago. I know if I stay prayed up and talk about when I want to smoke I have a chance. Thanks for being here for me.
My Milage:

My Quit Date: 6/23/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 120
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 3,600
Amount Saved: $900.00
Life Gained:
Days: 11 Hrs: 10 Mins: 5 Seconds: 42

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Starting Over AGAIN

Well, I had quit for 8months and then picked back up on March 1st for really no good reason. Smoked until the 16th and came down with broncohitis then afer 12 days I picked back up but, it has not been the same it just doesn't reel right and now my chest started hurting again. I would really like some support especially from those who quit for months then picked back but, started their quit again. I have been beating myself up over this.But, I am ready to go through this 72hour withdrawal process because, I just lost a friend last Tuesday from Lung Cancer. Any tips, points, words of wisdom, encouragement or anything that you throw my way will be greatly appreciated, Thanks 1:14:54 AM
 

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My Quit Date: 3/3/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 33
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 990
Amount Saved: $247.50
Life Gained:
Days: 3 Hrs: 5 Mins: 16 Seconds: 5

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I quit last night again!!!

Hello fellow quitters, I am back again after smoking since March 1st. But, I smoked my last ciggarette at 11:37pm last night and I mean to stay quit one day at a time. I had stopped coming to this forum and I know that it is important for me to stay focused and involved. I got told Tuesday that I needed to quit my right eye was hemorraging around my focal point and fluid was building up but, the doctor asked about smoking and he proceeded to suggest i quit smoking. Well, this is the second doctor for different reasons to tell me to quit so, I have to I did this before for eight months so I know that it is a possibility this life with out ciggarettes. So, again any replies I would greatly appreciate, suggesstions are welcome. Thanks for being here for me
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My Quit Date: 4/23/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 1
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 30
Amount Saved: $7.50
Life Gained:
Days: 0 Hrs: 4 Mins: 0 Seconds: 13

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Day 2

Hello fellow quitters and it is day #2 for me. I am so grateful that the worst part of this journey is almost over with. I am very grateful that this forum is here to express myself on. I have posted on there twice and noone has answered at least here I get feedback. Today earlier it was very hard for me, I was at the store getting ready to go in and buy ciggarettes but, thinking about SSC and the people that rely to me I didn't want to change my quit date AGAIN. Plus, I can't do that especially if I do not try to reach out to others and let them know how I feel. Well, Thanks for being here for me and hopefully I will see you soon.
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My Quit Date: 4/23/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 3
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 90
Amount Saved: $22.50
Life Gained:
Days: 0 Hrs: 7 Mins: 1 Seconds: 53

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Today is day three!!!

I am so grateful I have made it so far! I truly do not want to be a prisoner to smoking again. I treated my self to dairy queen tonight because I felt i truly deserved it.I know I stll have four more days before this week is up but, I made it 72 hours. I am doing this one day at a time and thats the truth of the matter. I realize though I need to stick with the winners Thanks everybody for all your help, suggestions and just being here for me. LadyD
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 4/23/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 4
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 120
Amount Saved: $30.00
Life Gained:
Days: 0 Hrs: 9 Mins: 24 Seconds: 49