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Happy New Year and all the best for 2022. Am pleased to say that I am on day 94 :). Be strong and keep going.
Congrats and best in the New Year.
Way go to !!! You must be so happy to have three months + of solid non-smoking days being you. That is solid man, totally solid.
Cheers and accolades to you -
Congratulations on 94 days. That is over 3 months and that is huge. I really hope you have done some celebrating along the way? Now just keep moving forward and be cautious......that entire first year will have those moments.
Congratulations Lee! Well done. are you using NRT?
Hi i am not using anything. It is best to stop cold turkey.
Whow!! Amazing. Look how far you have come!
Hi Lee - I quit cold turkey as well. Best for me as well. You are totally rockin this quit. Well done!!!
I hope you are giving yourself some rewards along the way. One of the quitters on here had the idea of purchasing a piece of jeweler to remind her of her quit. I thought that was a pretty cool reward.
I am looking for that one special piece of jewelry too.
What rewards are you giving yourself for your quit? Are you saving up for something (like a new car, or new house,). It is surprising how much money we do save. I am absolutely sick over the spent on smoking in the past. Such a waste. OH well, not anymore.
Best to ya, Cheers