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Months 7 to 12 / Re: 30 Weeks today
« Last post by Lostie on June 22, 2019, 02:29:34 am »
This is your quit :D   Look at how much money you've saved so far.  007
Enjoy your week away
Months 7 to 12 / Re: 30 Weeks today
« Last post by Nicky40 on June 20, 2019, 08:17:44 am »
@tea my granddaughter now is almost 1, that has gone so fast!  She is gorgeous and I love spending time with her, will miss her when we are away as they aren't coming unfortunately. 
Months 7 to 12 / Re: 30 Weeks today
« Last post by tea on June 19, 2019, 08:27:47 pm »
Third Quit lucky!! Come on @Nicky40!! How is your lovely granddaughter?
Months 7 to 12 / Re: 30 Weeks today
« Last post by Not Another Puff on June 19, 2019, 09:09:14 am »
Congratulations, this is fantastic news.

Enjoy Jersey, very wel deserved.
Months 7 to 12 / 30 Weeks today
« Last post by Nicky40 on June 19, 2019, 08:34:02 am »
So today marks 30 whole weeks of not one puff!  That's 210 days and I'm so pleased.  Very occasional craving but it's a want not a need and usually only when I have had a drink.  I still avoid social groups of mainly smokers when I can, my best friend is usually with me when we are out and she quit 5 years ago so helps a lot.  :foundbeer:

Saved: £890.00
Cigs avoided: 2094

We are off to Jersey next week for 7 days, quite a big family/friends group going so looking forward to a break (and maybe some summer as we don't seem to have one here!)
Games / Re: Cryptic songs thread
« Last post by Bladeflyer on June 17, 2019, 10:03:12 pm »
is there anybody out there ?  lol
Months 7 to 12 / Re: Half a year
« Last post by Lostie on June 17, 2019, 09:05:43 pm »
You're too far along in your quit now to go back to the beginning. :D
Not long to go now for your big celebration.  Be proud of yourself hold your head up high and don't yield to temptation
Months 7 to 12 / Re: Half a year
« Last post by tea on June 17, 2019, 05:41:29 pm »'s all about the consequences really isn't it.

See I have a wheat allergy. If I eat wheat there's some nasty pain and consequences that can last a few days. I've bought cakes for people and I think it looks nice and that I think I would like it. I don't eat any because of the consequences. Same with pizza. I buy pizza for Mr T and Mini Me. If I just had one bite the consequences won't be as serious as if I rubbed my face in a loaf of bread and then ate a whole birthday cake; but after you gave one bite then how do you justify not having another bite. Where is the line?

In one month you will have done a whole year. I hope your daughter is proud of you.

Months 7 to 12 / Re: Half a year
« Last post by Not Another Puff on June 17, 2019, 12:00:34 pm »
That is 11 months ticked off.

My 16 year old daughter smokes (having smoked for 35 years I find it very difficult to chastise her as this would make me a hypocrite) I bought her a bag of tobacco at the week end and am now constantly fantasising about asking if I can roll a tab.

So I cannot smoke myself but I also cannot buy tobacco for other people, as it triggers my cravings?

Inspiration and Motivation / Another reason to quit
« Last post by Lostie on June 15, 2019, 01:30:54 pm »
Some of you might find this interesting.   The original members of this forum once belonged to another forum run by the British Heart Foundation. I think we would all agree that they were a great support to us when we were quitting.
I kept myself busy, to stop thinking of smoking, I did some study at You can do these courses for free or pay extra. It's up to you. They have some interesting courses to do.
Anyway I have just started this course and thought some of you might be interested in doing it as well.   This course is 3 weeks and allow about 3 hours per week to complete it.   OR you might like to consider a donation to the British Heart Foundation. 
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