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No Nonsense November


Timbo637
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24 days ago +1 Timbo637 729 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Ashley,

For me, the final straw was only having $25 left in my bank account after I bought a carton of cigarettes. I either had to go get another job, start a part time job to finance my addiction....or give it up. Glad I chose the last option and I have never regretted quitting. It was actually easier than I thought it was going to be. If I'd known how easy it was, at least for me, I would have quit YEARS before I did.

Today was the Great American Smokeout day in the states and I was hoping my wife would finally try to quit. Maybe next year... 😠 Or better yet, maybe she will have a new years resolution for 2020. (Fingers crossed)

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Hi everyone,

Wow, I can't believe December is just around the corner. Where does the time go?

I often find that January and December are months where we get more members posting. Many people make New Years resolutions to quit smoking. Well, I want to remind all of you that you do not have to wait for the perfect quit date, you can start today. Even if you are not quite ready to quit, posting here and arming yourself with quit wisdom from our members and program can help motivate you to take the first steps. I find November is a great time to start getting serious about quitting and doesn't "No Nonsense November" sound great? Aren't you sick of all the nonsense smoking brings? If you are considering quitting please post here to introduce yourself. We will help you every step of the way.

For our Veteran members, what motivated you to finally quit when you did? Your experiences may help to motivate someone else to take the plunge just like you did.

I hope to hear from some of you soon!

Ashley



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