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My Rewards



I have decided that I'm going to reward myself for every milestone no matter how small a step. The treats will range from something basic (such as a magazine) to something amazing at the first year mark. 


I also wanted something that I could keep forever to remind me of my quit and I have decided on a charm bracelet. Every month I will buy a charm that represents something about my quit, and I will post a photo along with the reason I chose it.


I bought the bracelet itself as my quit day present and can't wait to buy the first charm. 


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What a great idea Lilly, I'm looking forward to seeing all your new charms :)

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That's a fabulous idea Lilly! Great motivation to keep going on to the next milestone :) 

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This is a wonderful idea, Lilly !

Rewards are so important as they train our brain to truly reward ourselves instead of nicotine stealing our rewards.

Being able to see your reward, touch your reward will solidify the reward response and give you a bump of endorphins.

Smart thinking you.

Your bracelet will remind yourself of all the goodness and strength you have, 

it will be a useful talisman forever !


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I think that is a wonderful idea too Lilly.  You are really rocking this quit now.  

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