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About Boo

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  • Birthday 05/21/1974

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    Dayton, Tennessee
  • Quit Date
    March 9, 2016

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  1. This song feels older than it actually is. Brings back a lot of memories that are older than the song itself...if that makes any sense.
  2. Here in America, there are more ex-smokers than there are current smokers. With so many having already quit and fewer young people starting in the first place, smoking is slowly but surely becoming a thing of the past. Cigarettes are going the way of the dodo bird and 8-track tapes; good riddance.
  3. During the early days of my quit, the brain fog was thick. A lot of walking into a room and forgetting why I was there. One morning I was getting ready for work. Something felt not quite right. Just before I put my shoes on, I realized I wasn't wearing any pants. Now, I almost never forget to wear pants....almost never.
  4. Welcome aboard Amy. Congratulations on one-month off of the smokes. Every journey starts somewhere. I think you will be pleasantly surprised at how many benefits the process of quitting offers.
  5. Welcome to the Quit Train Joan. You already know the drill: don't put anything in your mouth and light it on fire. Welcome back to the freedom of being a non-smoker.
  6. Don't forget why you quit. "If you know the why, you can live any how." --Friedrich Nietzsche
  7. Just like smoking became normal to us with time and repetition, not smoking becomes normal with time and repetition. Bingo!
  8. Welcome aboard CarpeLibrum. Good call on giving up the smokes. You are in a transition phase right now...there will be some ups and downs along the way, but the ride is worth it. Buckle up, knuckle down, and drive on.
  9. Addiction demands a great deal of attention. This is true when you're feeding the addiction. This is also true when you're leaving the addiction behind. The obsessive thoughts encountered during the early days of a quit wane and eventually vanish. The obsessive thoughts smokers have about getting their next fix are a ball and chain that you will drag around the rest of your life. Quitting offers a return on investment. Smoking just keeps you on the same old self-destructive cycle you already know. Relentless forward progress. You reach the goa
  10. A guy at work has a daughter in the Scouts. We've done more than our fair share to help the troops. I enjoy a Tagalong from time-to-time and we can just include the money spent on cookies in the discretionary budget.

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