Things are sometimes a little slow during our weekends here. For anyone who checks in and seems a little bored and doesn't know what to do with his or her time, I thought I'd put up the link to the page The Easy Way to Quit Smoking again. This page can keep you occupied for hours. Although, if you really have hours to kill, you would be better off reading through the board or through the materials at www.whyquit.com.
Better yet, if you are feeling secure with the concept that you will make it through the day now, go out and live today. Do things that you thought might be hard without a cigarette. Do things that you thought would be impossible without a cigarette. The more things you do in your real world that you at first considered impossible without smoking the sooner you realize that there is nothing that is impossible for you to do just because you quit smoking.
Everything you did before as a smoker, you can do now as an ex-smoker--with the exception of as a smoker you can take a puff whenever you want. As a smoker you can even take a puff when you don't want too. As a matter of fact these puffs may have actually been a high percentage of the puffs you took as a smoker.
As an ex-smoker, not only can you do everything you did before, but many things you will do better. Some things you couldn't do before because of physical limitations induced from smoking you may be able to do now because you have the strength and endurance because of body repairs that have happened since you quit.
By staying smokefree you will always be able to do more things and have more time to do them than if you had continued smoking. To keep all of your physical abilities and general health lasting longer over your lifetime always remember to never take another puff!