Quit Date: May 27, 2014
Posted May 23, 2017
...and now you don't get rid of me that easily. :rtfm:
When I started my quit I found that time was my enemy.
I fought for each moment to stay nicotine free. :hunter:
The moments became day-to-day issues.
Then just occasional cravings. :unsure:
Eventually time becomes your friend again.
More time in the day to do things other then poison yourself. :paint2:
More total time in your life to enjoy (bonus to lifespan).
More money (lack of smoking expense) to enjoy the more time you have. :beach:
Holy Guacamole; more time AND money!?!? :party:
You gets your cake and gets to eat it too?? :yahoo:
Moreover your time is of better QUALITY. Can taste and smell better. Less coughing and illnesses.
Smoke free means you are a better Lover (you don't smell/taste like an ashtray). :girl_in_love:
Now we are at:
if you need more and better reasons you need a serious and comprehensive reality check.
The Quit Train is Happy to see you.
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Edited by jillar