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About I Got This (T)

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  • Birthday 02/22/1983

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    Washington
  • Quit Date
    10/10/2018

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  1. Hi all!! Just popping in real quick to say Hi!!! and let you all know I'm still chugging along. Haven't had a smoke in 5 months!!! I do think about smoking a lot.... and wanting to smoke... but I'm not irritable or anything... just would like one... similar to the yearning for a pudding pop..... nothing too intense... just a mild nag. But I got this.
  2. Thank you all!!! I can honestly say I am still going strong in my quit.... and this is my longest quit, and hopefully my last. I feel better then I was, but still find myself missing/craving/thinking about cigarettes more often then I thought I would be at this point. Just gotta keep chuggin along and know that these feelings won't last forever.....and even if they do I'm feeling them as a non smoker, so that's nice.
  3. Thanks everyone for your kind words and encouragement. I will get thru this. I was a little taken back at just how strong and overwhelming my yearning for a cigarette was/is after 3 months. I'm not cranky really that I can't have one..... not any more pissy.... not barking at people.... I am quite a bit more anxious however..... have that anxious feeling in my tummy all the time, because I feel like I am in a constant battle with my brain telling it I don't want to smoke. I feel my mind racing, but not really in any particular direction.... it's almost like I am going thru a tunnel at the speed of light... with tracers and passing sounds on both sides of me.... at the end of the tunnel is the end of my cravings..... the light if you will.... and I'm stuck right in the middle... just floating...while everything else keeps passing by.....
  4. So I'm just over 3 months quit... 3 months 11 days to be exact.... officially the longest I've gone without a cigarette..... and it is really really hard. I feel like I quit 3 days ago. I feel like I'm hanging on by a thread right now. I am constantly thinking about and craving a cigarette. The only thing that I can do to keep myself from smoking is not smoke (it make sense to me) and that's getting harder to do. I keep reminding myself why I am doing this and all the benefits I have seen so far, but the urge really feels stronger than my sense of joy/greatfulness/contempt... ect. It's like "yup. Made it 3 months. Don't really care that it's the longest I gone just really want a cigarette." This Sucks. Still not smoking,
  5. Thank you all!!! Here is what I made today on my day off. I made two batches of these..... this is what was left over from the first batch and the second batch is in the oven as I type. Lemon blueberry muffins with a buttery crumb topping, powdered sugar and a lemon cream glaze
  6. Just checking in to say hello and let you all know I am still going strong with my quit. It has been 68 days since my last cigarette. I have been keeping busy working lots to pay for Christmas and doing lots of baking.... I love baking. And now for your food porn fix of the day...... Chocolate chip muffins with a peanut butter crumb topping and vanilla and milk chocolate drizzle Lemon raspberry muffins with a raspberry cream drizzle Homemade cinnamon pull a part buns with cream cheese frosting
  7. I quit smoking 2 months ago and my husband still smokes. At times it can be pretty hard, but it does get easier. I defintely don't miss standing out in the freezing cold shivering and smoking... which I am reminded of every time he goes out for a smoke.
  8. Thank you!!! I can't believe it's already been a month!!! I'm finally starting to feel less shaky and more solid in my quit. Here's to 2 months!! Thanks for all the support!
  9. Yup. It happened. I told myself I wouldn't let it happen, and now here I sit. Traded one addiction for another. I mean full blown, raging mad winter green Lifesaver addiction. I've eaten sooooooooo many. And I want to eat soooooooo many more. And I really don't care if too much is not good for me... Imma eat them until my bathroom smells like a candy cane factory when I'm done using it. Hi my name is Mary and I am a mintaholic.
  10. I am 26 days in and I'm feeling weird..... off..... like something's not right. My craves are few and mild, yet I have a sense of something is just not quiet right. I don't feel like a non smoker, but more like a smoker who is trying to quit smoking. I repeat it to myself that I don't smoke and I am a non smoker, and I can honestly say that I am not too worried about slipping, at least not right now. I do think about cigarettes a lot, not really about smoking them or reminiscing about them..... not really thinking anything in particular about them, just thinking about them. Like my brain is constantly on alert, even when I'm not craving or stressed or agitated. I feel I have this big red flashing no smoking sign deep in my brain.... and its constantly there, constantly flashing... no matter what I'm thinking about.... kids, work, vacation, sex, food, scented or unscented hair spray ... doesn't matter..... there is always the big red flashy no smoking sign in the background somewhere. Did anyone else experience the feeling of something being off??? I didn't post an S.O.S. or anything because I really don't feel my quit is in jeopardy.... I have no desire to smoke at the moment, I just feel blah.
  11. AMAZING!!! I don't know what it is but the past couple of days I've felt great. The craves have not been super intense and I have not been as irritable as I was the first couple of weeks. I've been really on my toes with this quit, like on edge 24/7.... always in a state of mind trying to tell myself not to smoke, not to give in. But the past couple of days I haven't felt on edge or like I could lose my quit at any moment. I feel good about my quit. And I keep reminding myself about the honey moon phase, and to not get too comfortable... but man am I enjoying this all natural high I'm feeling at the moment.
  12. NOPE!!!!!! Today is a great day!!! Guess whos bowel movements are back to normal!!????? Yay me!!!!!!!
  13. Oh, thanks for reminding me!! I haven't posted a babe in a couple of days.
  14. I have not smoked, not even a little cheat poot puff puff, in 2 weeks!!! It feels good. It's the second longest quit I've had. Still walking on egg shells and having mad cravings, but minute by minute I am making it as a non smoker. N.O.P.E.

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