Yaye yaye.. So happy to say still noping to the 🚬 both me and partner... He's nearly 4months and I have nearly completed a year ✌️can't be more happier for our achievement together 👍🎉👍.
Smokefree days: 343
Total savings: $4,613
So far so good...telling myself if I can make it through thirty days without a cigarette (still vaping though) and there's been a lot of stress in my life during those days,I won't ever smoke a cigarette again, it's still in my mind that smoking would 'take away' this stress although I know that isn't true. Got to focus on not being short of breath,or stinking of smoke,and not worrying about money the same. I can do this!
Kia ora bloggers.
You do an awesome job supporting each other and we want to make it easy for you to keep up that awesomeness. Some of you have been talking about technical frustrations. We’re really sorry to hear about that.
The blogs definitely shouldn’t be throwing an error when you write a long post – they can accept up to 20k characters. If you experience this again, can you please email us on email@example.com with the error number, date and time so we can track the issue down? That’d be great.
Also – how about this for an idea?… Amy in our team is keen to invite those of you who are interested, to be part of super user/ blog guru group… to have a teleconference to go over the issues you’re seeing – so she can understand and fix them! And then have that group be part of an ongoing conversation about improving the service.
Interested? Post a comment below and we’ll be in touch (by email, if you say that’s ok).
Hear from you soon.
The Quitline team
Smokefree days: 415
Total savings: $6,225
Hi Quit Family
Still at it, smoke free. Thought I'd do a quick blog on the job Haha. I'm driving over sized loads and dangerous goods lately. Hope you are all well
NO IS A COMPLETE SENTENCE
And sunny times ahead for quitline.
Good to see progress with the site. Thank you Quitline. For listening and acting.
Eddy-I see your blogs have gone. However if you are reading this don't be a stranger.
I have said it before and will say it again. This site was instrumental in our (me and PG) successful quit. The site continues to energise us and keep us on track. To see new quitters start and continue is a great feeling. When there is a relapse there is always someone (more than one) jumping on to support and encourage in a positive and constructive way. That is what this site is about.
I'm so excited. We have a working support button and no 'error' messages either last couple of days.
Thank you Quitline. The newbies can now see they have supporters sharing the journey with them
Have a great smokefree day all, and remember,
We are all fabulous and strong.
Hugs all round.
Well im not walking into mongel mib pids (how stupid) but im qualifying for the government contribution with kiwisaver this payday so that an extra 521 on top of 2500 thats been building up since quiting if theres ever doubt about me giving up smoking thinking about the finances will snap me back in line and the new car ill be able to buy upon retirement yipppee .
Smokefree days: 821
Total savings: $16,283
I still can't believe I am still here and life is still good, Its almost like someone is looking out for me, I dunno about all that airy fairy stuff but maybe there are things we cant explain in life and beyond life. 💕