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11 months ago +1 Coolblues 2 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1
Quit this morning 10/14/21

This will be my "umteen" attempt to quit smoking after a few relapses.

Realize the money I'll save can go further towards my hobbies, my home, and education.

Plus, after 30 years....I think I've invested enough time and effort to make a change :)





29 days ago +1 Coolblues 2 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1
Quit this morning 10/14/21

So 10 months later and I have officially not had a cigarette in that time.

They still smell good when someone is out having a smoke break, But I know if I have one it will be the death of me.

I did puff on a cigarette twice after my official quit date. All the steps of the patch were done, and I had been three months in the clear (so about 5 months ago). First drag was horrible - gag, cough, sputter, choke, wheeze, yuck...blah.

Second drag was because the first one wasn't dumb enough in the first place 😋

So...smoking is over and done with. On to the next challenge