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  1. Still around sometimes……
    15 points
  2. A New Month ... Who is still sitting on the Train .... Of course the Toad is still buckled up !!!!
    14 points
  3. 14 points
  4. Wouldn't miss old cobsie's anniversary month....especially when we all pretend to forget and he gets his blue tighty whities in a twist..
    14 points
  5. Below is today,s prices for a packet of cigarettes... If your still smoking just 1 packet a day ..that's alot of your hard earned cash going up in smoke ... Wouldn't it be better spent somewhere else ... The minute you Quit ...you instantly become richer ,in all aspects of your life .
    9 points
  6. Congratulations @bakon for being a decade quit! That's something to be proud of for sure Glad to read your enjoying your retirement. I see you even made the mobile home parks monthly newsletter with your dance moves, well done
    9 points
  7. How you getting along .... We would love to hear from you .... Can we help in anyway ?....come here and brag ... We will always give you a much earned Pat on the back
    8 points
  8. Two more days till 10 years…posting now in case I forget Saturday. Retired now, living in Florida, started golfing which is very hard, building our own pool, own a golf cart to drive around to restaurants and the public squares which have music 365 days a year. Still got the Harley and booked our house for Sturgis next year, got to see a NASCAR race in Daytona last month, going out on a boat for day on 10 year anniversary, getting little fat from eating and beer but working out and walking dogs most days of the week, own a Lincoln, Ford F-150 and still got the Mustang, house has 3 car garage but truck sits outside with cart/bike/gym equipment taking one spot. I can say Life’s Been Good to Me So Far… Didn’t mention smoking….see it here as some bars still allow outside…but not bringing it up because it is no longer in any of my thoughts, way in the past like a lifetime ago. To those struggling have strength in the thought that if I could quit, then anyone can. ‘’Keep Marching”
    8 points
  9. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    8 points
  10. G’day It’s not a battle. Stop fighting the urges. You giving them the appearance of more power than they actually have. Ignore them. Each and every urge I’ve meet in the last seven years gets the same treatment. Silence. I’m not arguing with an urge I’m ingnoring it. They soon get the picture and slither away….. powerless
    8 points
  11. 15 months have passed but today I have wild cravings to smoke! Nothing bad happened, no reason to feel this way but I kept looking for my smokes. Went to make sure they were in my purse before I went to the grocery store. Wanted one after shopping, wanted one after dinner. My brain is on overload, no worries, not going to happen. Just thought I should fess up! Don't let your guard down.
    8 points
  12. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    8 points
  13. It took twice as long to take it off as it did to put it on but I finally lost all my quit weight. Tipped the scale at 165.1 this morning. Down from the whopping 202.5 I topped out at in December after quitting in August. The battle of the bulge isn't done yet though. I've been seeing a physical therapist to try and fix my shoulder and hip and it's time to start putting on some muscle. Let's see where I can get to in another 8 months. That will be the end of spring next year. Not saying I'll be able to sport a speedo but at least I should be able to lay on a beach without Greenpeace spraying me with a hose and trying to push me in the water.
    8 points
  14. Thanks to everyone here. This site has helped so many of us quit or stay quit. Great folks with great and wise know how. Bless you all for what you do for others. I wanted to respond quickly because I will be heading out and off line until late tonight. thanks again and if you are a newbie or want to quit please come aboard the train. Great place and people.
    8 points
  15. Still hanging out on the train. Had my first dream where I was smoking last night. That was weird! My family & my doctor are thrilled with my quit and so am I even though I am still struggling with how annoyed I get .... like were all of them this annoying before????
    8 points
  16. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    8 points
  17. Hi all - just a quick update. Gave up April 2017. Not had one puff since then. My smoke free app says I have saved £42,700! I never have cravings anymore. Just to say to you newbies...keep at it! NOPE
    8 points
  18. 8 points
  19. What a reply. I am glad I posted here. I was reduced to tears but now I feel like this was a key lesson. These aren't available where I live (India) but I have lots of mouth freshner alternatives. Adding this to my list of things to try when I visit the US.
    8 points
  20. @11better11 Don't beat yourself up!! You can't go back, the only choice you have is get back in your seat, buckle up and move forward to beat this nasty addiction!! You can do this,its not easy but it is doable!
    8 points
  21. So the deed is done and there's no undoing it now. beating yourself up about it will do no good either. You're at a crossroads right now, because you've awakened all those nicotine receptors in your brain again just as they were getting into a nice deep sleep. They're going to be calling out to be fed, probably louder and more frequently than before. The question you have to answer for yourself is what is it that you want more. Freedom from this terrible addiction or another round of smoking slavery? You may have made quitting a little harder by having 'just one' but you can still quit! You just need to double down on your efforts and your commitment to be free of this smoking nonsense. That choice can only be made by you! You know there's always support here for you but it's now time for you to really take charge of your quit if you still want to be smoke free for good.
    8 points
  22. I did it!!! Just wanted to share.
    8 points
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