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One Year Commitment Completed - and now...





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:

More time.

More money.

Better time.

Better love.

if you need more and better reasons you need a serious and comprehensive reality check.


The Quit Train is Happy to see you.



Link to original post: https://www.quittrain.com/topic/8557-one-year-commitment-completed-and-now/


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