Mar 8 2020
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Time to be free

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About to have my last smoke. I seriously have to do this. Move on with my life. Not sure how but I’ve had enough!

No more shooting down to the Diary. No more spending every last penny. No more anxiety, this will settle down in time.

Any support or advice will go a long way!

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Oct 30 2019
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Zero Motivation for Day 11 and 12

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I’m feeling really tired with no motivation past two days. I’m off for a night away 2moro so that should be a nice perk me up! I’ve been sleeping well so I’m pleased about that, however lots of nagging going on, just one won’t hurt etc! Be nice when my mind clears from that chitter chatter. Looking forward to the next couple of days away 🌷

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Oct 25 2019
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Stats Update 7 days smokefree

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Smokefree days: 7
Total savings: $113

Ok 7 days done again! My mind is clearing from the addiction and I’m potentially looking at a smoke free life again. Time to keep things on track and remember how far I managed to get 4 odd weeks ago. Yes I want that smoke free life back again 🌷

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Oct 23 2019
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Stats Update: 5 days smokefree

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Smokefree days: 5
Total savings: $81

So I’ve been binging again. Awful life that is! However I have not smoked for 5 days.

This time I managed to do this without NRT. No particular reason it just happened that way. Day 3 was awful but I figured it was the cravings peaking and they have settled down again now.

I’m so on and off with this smoking business I would really like to move on with my life.

Hope you are all living the smoke free life🌷

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Sep 23 2019
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Double Blow

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Double Blow for me today -Day 3 and it’s a Monday! Ripped off...Anyhow was a surprisingly good day.

Had some good afternoon craves (as per last quit) and caught me feeling sorry for myself because I can’t smoke 😂 Had a laugh at that!!

Tomorrow is grocery shopping day, I will put my energy into organising meals for the family 🙌

Keep up the good quit team!

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Sep 21 2019
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Stats Update 1 days smokefree

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Smokefree days: 1
Total savings: $16

So proud of myself today! Picked up where I left off and got stuck into the garden. This garden I did when I first quit do it was a firm reminder of how wonderful not smoking really is!

I have a road trip with my oldest girl tomorrow, she’s in a competition, so who really wants to be smoking on a trip for the girls? Not me clean and free!

I’m confident today and hoping tomorrow will bring about the same 💜

Let’s do this once more!!

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Sep 20 2019
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Fell off the Rails

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Totally fell off the rails. Had a couple of very stressful events happen two days apart and decided I needed to smoke to calm me down and figure out how I was going to deal with it.

Back to the beginning for me any advice on how to pick back up on my quit would be great.

If I’m completely honest I think I have to reset my stats. The never ending addiction!

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Sep 11 2019
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Bye to Nicotine

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Day 3 Nicotine free. My anxiety went through the roof and when researching this I found Nicotine and coffee can be a contributing factor.

Nicotine replacement was instrumental in my quit, I could not have done the first part without it, now 3 months in I feel I’m strong enough to go without 🌷

I’m feeling confident and ready to give this a good go!

Keep strong and Smokefree 🙌

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Sep 7 2019
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Waves of anxiety

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So it seems quitting for me is a lot about learning as I go. I’m still getting waves of anxiety, sometimes rather intense. I guess these waves would push me to smoke, however I’m learning how to manage them I hope! They are awful do these settle down or what do I need to do, this is really getting me down.

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Sep 3 2019
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Stats Update 58 days smokefree

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Smokefree days: 58
Total savings: $939

Hey team!! I’m still here making good non smoking progress with all its highs and lows. What’s your biggest gain since you quit smoking? Mine is no longer feeling so desperate and having major anxiety about where around the house I will have my next smoke!

I love feeling hopeful about my future 💜

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