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  1. Congratulations @Fab for being smoke free for 10 months. Well done to our quiet Banana Bender.... and welcome to double digits. This is big news, double digits is an awesome achievement. I hope you do something awesome to celebrate, just get in quick before all the Victorian schoolies arrive... that will be soon.. So would love to hear how you are feeling now you are a double digit quitter and also how you celebrated this great milestone...
  2. Congratulations @DragonsFancy for being one month smoke free. Well done on getting through the hardest month of your quit. You did it with class and style too. I love you blog and it will be helping people you haven't even met yet as I know there will be lurkers reading and your words will be what makes at least one person decide they can do this too so well done and thank you. So rewards are huge and really important. You need to celebrate this massive milestone and do something special to reward yourself for this achievement. It doesn't have to be big or expensive but you need to do something to celebrate because that's all part of rewiring those receptors. We would love to know how you celebrated.
  3. Congratulations @Linda Thomas for being smoke free for 3 months! Well done Linda on QTK through 3 months where life has through stress and hurdles at you. It is such an honour to share your journey towards freedom. You are now 1/4 of the way through your first year, this is a big deal... every day is a big deal. Thank you for your excellent stick finding skills and for all the support you offer to others. I know you probably don't feel like celebrating today but you need to recognise your hard work and give yourself a reward to rewire yet another one of those receptors. Maybe visit the lake again with a nice hot coffee (or hot chocolate) and just pause and think back to your first post here and how much you have grown with each day you are smoke free.
  4. Congratulations @tocevoD for being 10 months smoke free. Well done on keeping your quit for 10 months. You are now 3/4 of the way through your first year smoke free. Make sure you reward yourself with something special for this milestone. We would love to hear how you celebrated.

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