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3 weeks smoke free!

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So far so good! My next challenge is to quit energy drinks. After that is whole scale healthy eating. Staying nope all the while!

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That is awesome, what a great feeling getting healthy. Breathe in that fresh air, literally

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Congratulations on making it through those three weeks Kdad. This is a great achievement.

 

Make sure you take notice of all the good things this is bringing and keep focusing on remaining smoke free. If you can address other changes you want to make at the same time then more power to you. Try not to give yourself too much to achieve all at once though.

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Whoop whoop Kdad..  you're doing a fantastic job.. keep up the great work just keep putting one foot in front of another.. hope you have given yourself a wee treat..😁

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Give your self a massive pat on the back....your nearly at your 1 St month celebration....

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3 weeks is awesome Kdad... well done, keep NOPEing each day and I'll see you next week for your 1 month anniversary....

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Congratulations on week 3 of sticking to your quit, you've told your mind that it doesn't need nicotine, and nicotine doesn't drive you.

Kudos to your spirit and resilience.

Best of luck for the road ahead.

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Way to go Kdad! The first three weeks can be so tough.

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Great Job Kdad! 

Keep fighting that Nicodemon and he'll soon be just a memory :) 

 

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That's awesome, Kdad!  Congratulations!

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That's awesome kdad! :) 

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Thanks for the support! Means a lot. Cold outside tonight. Looking forward to a winter where I don't need to take breaks outside.

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10 minutes ago, Kdad said:

Thanks for the support! Means a lot. Cold outside tonight. Looking forward to a winter where I don't need to take breaks outside.

Yes! No freezing your hind-end off this winter and no running out from gatherings with family and friends this holiday season too :) 

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Keep it up Kdad! Quitting gave me the motivation to change other areas of my life too. It's a good feeling to know that you are worth it!

Thanks for checking in🤗

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Congratulations, Kdad !  Three weeks is a spectacular accomplishment.

You will never have to go through that grime and gristle again.

Now, stay vigilent, reward yourself, and enjoy your free life.

 

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Way to go Kdad.  You are on your way now.  I think the first three were the hardest.  Keep that quit going!

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