I remember thinking "I really should quit smoking", maybe I even briefly tried for half a day or so one New Year's Day. About 12 years ago!
If I had quit then, the worry I could have saved myself about every bit of pain (is it cancer?), the money I would not have spent and the years of calmness and peace I could have had.... The brief struggle through withdrawl would be in the distant past for me, rather than just 10 weeks ago.
So, if you don't want to ponder on "what ifs" in 10 or 15 years from now, the time to quit is NOW. The addiction will not just go away one day. You have to commit to never take another puff. One day at a time.
Please believe me when I say that there is nothing to give up!
Grateful to be quit for 2 months, 1 week and 2 days, not smoking 1600 cigarettes, saving AU$360