Smokefree days: 1,031
Total savings: $17,011
Just been here again in a long time. Nearly 3 years free, and look at those stats.
Guys once you're over the bump it all gets easier then. The bump wasn't even too far away, too steep or too high for me when I first started nonsmoking.
Trust in yourselves and believe you can do it, you will!
Next problem, loose all that excess weight I gained since, hehehe.
I blame only myself though, as I really let loose on the compensatory chocolate binging. Don't do that!
Well I am back, I'm going to try again. I feel.so stupid. I have quit before and lasted anyway then go back. My quit date is 1st July. I have orders the patches and the gum. I have done it before and I will do it again. I'm afraid because my asthma is so bad recently. It's time. This has to be my last time. I have quit so many nad things in my life, why is smoking so hard? Lord I quit drinking alcohol, caffeine and so many other things. Smoking is killing me !!
Today is day 4 smoke free. Having the worst withdrawals today-headaches, dry mouth and feeling lethargic and feeling very irritated. This is definitely not making me want a cigarette though. Any tips on ways to help with the withdrawals?
Today has been a good day so far I find this quit so different from all the others I'm not constantly thinking of smoking or buying any which is great and the craving don't seem to be to bad I think it might be because I'm not fighting it and really want this so bring on day 5 tommoro