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Congratulations on your first month quit @Katgirl, you should be so proud of yourself. And you did it all while supporting others also🤗 I hope you have something special planned to celebrate😊

 

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Yes, I do have one month smoke fee today!  I’m not sure why, but it almost seems too easy. Maybe because I had gradually cut down, or was really ready psychologically? My large family is my reason for doing this. I want as much time with them, as God will give me. None of us knows how much time we have left,  but we can improve our odds, in that department, by living a healthier lifestyle. Look at me! I quit smoking, and I am working out daily. I have even managed to shed some weight, which can be a problem with a lot of quitters. I will admit that vanity is why I started working out. I wanted to assure that I would at least look as good as I did, before I quit, after quitting. Not the best motivation, I suppose, but it worked for me. Thanks for the well wishes, and a big thank you to whoever started this group. I know that checking in everyday, and participating, is a big reason for my success, so far. So, one day at a time……. Thanks again, friends!

 

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Big congratulations on the one month. If vanity is part of the reason who cares? The day you stopped you already looked better. keep up the good work and the road will get easier but it seems to me you got the guts for this. Best wishes. Stay close if stress does come on. Help is here.

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Great job Katgirl! Keep up the great work! Hey any reason to start exercising is a good reason. Most DO do it out of vanity- it's probably the best motivator! Good news your lungs will be looking better too the longer u stay off the smokes! Congratulations!

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