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    NOPE !!!!......from me .....
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    Thursday 13th June is Sewing Machine Day... Did you know that the sewing machine is a French invention from the 1830s? Well it is. It wasn't that long ago that every house had a sewing machine, now not so much. But if you do have one, pull it out and have a go, busy work on the machine is a great way to kill a crave. NOPE.... Not today, tomorrow or ever again.
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    Nope, for today 12th June
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    NOPE (Wednesday, June 12th!)
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    Congratulations on making it to the double digit club Christa! 10 Months is fabulous and only 2 months away from entry to the Lido Deck! keep up the great work
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    Positively NOPE!!!!!
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    I seem to have posted on the wrong NOPE.... Never mind ...it's a double NOPE today !!!!
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    Wednesday 12th of June sees the sunny USofA gift us with National Beef Jerky Day...while dried and preserved meats are feature of global cultures the term Jerky is an American derivative of a Spanish word stollen from one of the traditional South American languages....and like so many other things from around the world my people have taken it and perfected it.... And so on Beef Jerky Day I say... NOPE....not one puff ever!
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    NOPE - I don't smoke anymore.
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    You have this sunshine. Those cravings always pass. You are only going forward now and smoking is behind you!
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    Thanks jillar , Whispers . This is probably because during my last rainy season i was smoking heavily , Lol I have at least 10 times more strength to fight these cravings nowadays . I don't like to worry about any smoking related illness either . So thinking positive and avoiding cigarettes . Thanks
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    Keep your mind busy , the cravings will pass
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    Congrats on reaching the 3 month milestone of your quit! You're 1/4 way through your first year and have established a solid quit now. More work to do yet but first, take a little time to celebrate all your hard work!
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    In a couple of days I will be 3 months quit. I am doing my celebration thread now as I am not sure when I will be visiting the forum again as I am moving home. So I'm clinking my glass and making a little speech. Firstly I just want to thank ALL of you for supporting me through this quit. I do however want to give enormous thanks to the people who have been with me from the start of this journey. Those of you who found the patience to keep willing me on through so many failed attempts. Secondly I am pleased to say that I am smoke free and now nicotine free Until next time - Love you all xxxxxx
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    Try saying that three times fast! Congratulations!
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    Never heard this, after i heard He ain't got laid in a month of Sundays Caught him once and he was ........ I had to listen to song lol
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    You have a lot of time behind you at this point, much more than in the past. You have doing well on this quit, just let the cravings pass, they will pass quicker each time -- also shows why getting thru that first year is important. You can and are doing this -- Keep Strong!!!!
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    https://fox6now.com/2019/06/11/police-chief-gives-575-ticket-to-driver-for-throwing-lit-cigarette-out-car-window/ Good..
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    Yay! I had an employee years ago who would throw her cigarettes out the window, sometimes ending up in the back window of my car even after telling her many many times not to do that. So finally I told her that if she threw another cigarette out of the window and it caused a fire I was turning her in. After that she FINALLY started using the ashtray!
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    Just look at your ticker and see all the time, money and cigs NOT smoked you'll be giving up if you cave to a crave sunshine. You've got past lots of worse craves so you can get past this one too. Good on you for posting!
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    4 th time quitting on day 3.... tried chantex, hypnotist, and hospital programs all with fail results.... would get over the hump and give in for just one! Well....then I’m a smoker again! Can’t smoke one and lie to myself it’s only one and I’m still a non smoker! Don’t even remember my life before I started to smoke..... stay strong! My new motto is NOPE = not one puff ever!!!!
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    Hey Jan, welcome aboard. You're amongst friends and fellow travelers on their own quit journeys here. It's tough, totally understand, but it's not impossible. And we all know that from experience. There's a load of information out here, and this forum is super amazing with lot of support. So stick around and shout when you need anything. I wish you the best on your journey and hope to celebrate a lot of milestones with you on this journey.
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    Hi jan and Welcome. I have had quite a few quits and even blown a long quit, something will click eventually that this is an addiction and nicotine is a drug. Cigarettes are poison and like mentioned our mind becomes our worst enemy. Replacing the smoking with something else was the trick for me, i used a straw when i would normally reach for a smoke. I would grab candy go for a walk and i started to exercise more and associate that anxious feeling with a healthy choice over smoking. The first few weeks are the toughest but worth it. Move a muscle, change a thought was my goto every time i was struggling. I'm no super human, actually i'm just an average man. If i can do it you can do it
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    Welcome Jan. I have tried every one of those quitting remedies and none of them worked. I was not able to quit until I found this wonderful forum. There is a lot of information, support and humor here. They guided me through the difficult days (which really is only hell week) and made me realize that wanting to quit was way more powerful than that crave. Once you get a few weeks under you belt, the rest is really changing your thinking. Quitting smoking changes you life for the better. Just stay close to the forum and call out if you need us. We are there to help you through this journey!
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    Welcome Jan and congratulations on quitting. Lots of us (most) have a few failed attempts before we found our forever quit. What helped me find mine was being a part of a forum with others who knew/know exactly what I was going through at any given time. Stick close here, we will help you however you need or want. We have lots of stuff here to help keep your mind off smoking. So check out all our various forums. And please post an SOS BEFORE you cave to a crave and let us try to help you past it. They really do work if you truly want to keep your quit.
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    Set a goal of three days without smoking. Whenever you get the urge to smoke, quickly shift your focus onto something else because the crave will go away in a few minutes. I think your mind is your own worst enemy right now. How much of the educational material and videos have you read/watched on this site? Immerse yourself into this and learn about this drug addiction because once you do, you're armed with the knowledge never take another puff.
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    A recent study performed at The Boo Institute (a not-for-profit think-tank based in Tennessee which is just me sitting around giving my opinions on everything) stated that trying to keep up with all the contradictory health reports that come out can drive a person crazy. Do This For Better Health reads the headline this week. Fast-forward a couple of months from now and the headline reads: Don't Do That, It'll Kill Ya! I went down the rabbit hole of trying to keep up with all of the latest studies and reports when I took up the whole health and fitness thing. I wouldn't suggest it to anyone. Healthy living is rather simple so long as you don't complicate it. Take care of the big things first and listen to your body.
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