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Feb 11 11 3:02 AM
Hey Hwc3YEARS NICOTINE FREEGlad to hear your great news ...that's a Wonderful Achievement to be proud of , Well Done !Your right when you say .... you have your life back , i feel the same way..... isn't it wonderful . Thanks for your support through the early stages of my quit, i have not forgotten the amazing support that this site and its people give out to so many.Celebrate Hwc I have been quit for 1 Year, 9 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 22 hours, 1 minute and 3 seconds (650 days). I have saved $8,911.05 by not smoking 19,527 cigarettes. I have saved 2 Months, 6 Days, 19 hours and 15 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 1/05/2009 5:00 PM
I'M A PROUD"SIX YEARS FREE"FREEDOMWHYQUITQUITTER! "QUIT NICOTINE USE ON THE 1st of MAY 2009 " Best Wishes Dan . LOVE YOUR MIND , BODY AND SOUL ...... " NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF "
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Doc Quit date 14th October 2008
Feb 11 11 7:38 PM
Hiya HWC Gold x 3 is a pretty serious quit, keep nurturing it - wishing you so much serenity and comfort in your new slim body, enjoy your new life and live by the motto NTAPSuzieGold x 4 +
Feb 12 11 2:43 AM
I remember reading your journal when I set out on this journey. You seemed so far ahead of me then in both time and attitiude. But I think I am in much the same place as you now - smoking has no part in my life either. Freedom from that drug is a great place to be.
Feb 13 11 8:40 AM
HWC,I have really enjoyed reading your story. I have felt many, many MANY of the same things you articulate. Thank you for sharing them. I am 44 days quit and still learning, reading....acting like a sponge. I get such a thrill from seeing people like you, at their early stages, then seeing that you have pages and pages of story left - going into THREE YEARS quit!! Encouraging to people like me.I am enjoying the benefits of being an ex-smoker. Checking in here regularly helps me keep my quit in the forefront of my mind - and keep it strong. There is nothing more important to me at this point in my life, than guarding my quit and giving it muscle. Thanks again for your story.Lisaquit 1-1-11
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Feb 11 12 1:18 AM
So tonight is a bit of a milestone for me. Four years ago
tonight, after 38 years of smoking all day every day for my entire life, I went
to the store at midnight, bought two packs of cigarettes, came home, opened one
pack, lit the first cigarette, took one puff, snuffed it out, and have never
taken another puff since. It’s all still as vivid in my mind as if it was
But, here’s a little secret for all of you struggling to
quit and wondering if it will ever get easier, if you’ll ever stop thinking
about it: I didn’t think about smoking one time this year. I can’t even really
imagine myself as a smoker now. Quitting was the best thing I’ve ever done. It’s
hard to describe what it’s like to get my health and fitness back after being a
nicotine junkie robbed me of it for all those years.
Just “git ‘er done”.
Whatever you have to put into it today will be repaid a million times over.
Being an ex-smoker is a wonderful thing.
Free and Healing for Four Years, not inhaling the nicotine
from 29220 cigarettes that would have cost me $9,314.04.
Thanks to Joel and John and everybody at WhyQuit.com. They held my hand during that first week, first month, and first year.
Feb 11 12 4:18 AM
Hey HwcCONGRATULATIONS on FOUR YEARS NICOTINE FREEWell Done , I agree it's the best thing i've done too , i've not looked back !Very Proud For You ...... A great Achievement and job well done I have been quit for 2 Years, 9 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 23 hours, 16 minutes and 45 seconds (1,015 days). I have saved $13,908.62 by not smoking 30,479 cigarettes. I have saved 3 Months, 1 Week, 6 Days, 19 hours and 55 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 1/05/2009 5:00 PM
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Feb 11 12 11:35 AM
Johnnie wrote:It seems like only yesterday that I congratulated you on reaching Triple Gold! Now here you are, Quadruple Gold. What struck me, going back through your journal was how strong you seemed to be even at the start. That almighty 'click' factor was there in full swing: the full and perfect understanding of what a relapse would mean to you, etc. Rock on.
Feb 12 13 4:30 AM
Feb 12 13 8:03 PM
Hey hwcHuge congrats on a brilliant 5 year quit - thanks heaps for coming back and sharing your milestone, this quitting thing is totally doable, it really is all about the educationSuzie - Free and Healing for Six Years, Four Months, Seventeen Days, 13 Hours and 52 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 129 Days and 14 Hours, by avoiding the use of 37321 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $19,746.65.
Feb 12 13 11:03 PM
Feb 13 13 1:35 AM
Jennie wrote:Thank heaven for the flu huh? It was the flu that got me started towards my freedom too.
Feb 13 13 10:30 AM
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