Kia ora blogging whanau! ⭐️
We have an exciting opportunity for our awesome whanau who have successfully quit smoking.
We need some amazing individuals who are comfortable to share their quit story on camera to inspire and help others! 🎥
Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools for inspiring others to find the strength to take on a challenge! Support your whanau to quit smoking like you have by sharing your story 🤝👏
Filming will take place during the week of 29th June for two hours in Auckland and there will be reimbursement for your time in the form of a koha.
Please email Caitlin.firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested and/or would like to find out more.
Kia ora everyone!!
Happy World Smokefree Day for yesterday!
I just wanted to say a huge congratulations to everyone on their quit journeys wherever you are at!
We have a wonderful community on here, and appreciate all that you do.
I have calculated the stats posted for world smoke free day and all together so far here is what we have achieved!
Smokefree days: 30,502
Money Saved: $494,212
I hope everyone is having a happy and safe long weekend :)
The Quitline Team
Kia ora. Just wanted to give you a heads up – for the next few days we’re operating at a limited level while some of the team are helping with the response to the coronavirus and registering people in self-isolation. That’s part of the work we do with Healthline that we also run. Thanks for your understanding with that. We’ll still be able to do lot of things but there are some things where we’ll direct people to somewhere else or get someone to call them back.
Kia ora whānau,
If you have quit vaping or are thinking about quitting vaping, we would love to hear from you!
We're running a workshop on Thursday 17th October from 6:00-7:30pm, in Grafton, Auckland, were we want to hear from individuals who have successfully quit vaping, have tried to quit vaping, or are thinking about quitting vaping.
We are also holding some 1-1 phone calls for 30 minutes for hapu wahine who have quit vaping or are thinking about quitting vaping.
Your insights will help us figure out how we can best support people on their quit vaping journey!
Everyone who takes part will receive a $75 prezzy card koha!
If you are interested and/or have any questions please either private message the Co.Discover Facebook page or email Caitlin.email@example.com
Kia ora whanau,
Will you tell us what you think about vaping to quit smoking?
We're running two workshops and some one-on-one phone koreros over the week of 9th September to hear what you think about vaping as a tool to quit smoking tobacco.
We need people for each of the groups below:
Group 1: People who have successfully switched from smoking tobacco to vaping, this workshop will be held in person in Auckland (Grafton), from 6:00-7:30pm Wednesday 11th September.
Group 2: People who have unsuccessfully switched from smoking tobacco to vaping, (attempted to switch), OR who are current tobacco smokers considering vaping. This workshop will be held in person in Auckland (Grafton), from 6:00-7:30pm Thursday 12th September.
Group 3: Hapu Wahine/ New mothers who have switched to vaping or are thinking about vaping to quit smoking tobacco. These koreros will be one-on-one, over the phone, 30 minutes long, and conducted at a time that best suits you.
Everyone who takes part will receive a koha!
If you are interested and/or have any questions please comment below.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Kia ora everyone
Firstly we would like to apologise to everyone for the issues you are experiencing with this site and for you feeling like you have not been listened to.
We have been passing on your concerns and IT are working on it. If you could contact us and let us know what the error messages are that you are receiving then it narrows it down as to what is causing the issues.
We appreciate all that you do on this site and understand that the issues you are experiencing can be detrimental to your quit if support can not be provided in time. It has been great seeing the blogs light up recently and we are here to support you all in achieving the same goal in becoming smoke free and helping others in their smoke free journey. Please bear with us and we will take on all of this feedback to improve the site.
Kia ora everyone!
So cool to see everybody posting today! Congratulations to all the new and old quitters I hope you have all had a fabulous world smoke free day.
I have calculated the the stats posted so far from last night and have gotten to $333,072!!!
You have all made this site a safe, welcoming and supportive space to be in. Support and tips are always there when needed, and there is always someone to celebrate those daily victories of your smoke free journey.
Hope everyone has a great weekend and look forward to hearing more of your journeys.
Kia kaha - The Quitline team
Kia ora everyone
As you all know the blog has been experiencing some delays with comments and posts. The IT team have been working on it and it is back to normal now. We would like to apologise to you all for the inconvenience this has caused and want you to know we really appreciate all of the time and effort you put into supporting each other and making everyone feel welcome. It has become a safe community for people to come and talk about their struggles, achievements and day to day life.
If you are experiencing any other issues with the site please do let us know again and we will do what we can to make it run smoothly. Sorry and thank you again, we hope everyone has a great week!
Kia ora Quitline Whānau,
We wanted just wanted to say sorry for all the blog issues over the past few weeks. And we really appreciate everyone who let us know about any issues– all feedback was certainly was passed on to IT.
We know how important the Quit Blogs are and will be making many improvements over the coming months to the Quitline website to make sure it runs smoothly, and includes a few new features.
We will keep you updated with progress on upcoming changes. But if you do notice any issues please feel free to let us know by email: email@example.com, phone 0800 778 778 or text 4006.