Post # 1
I told me fiance I’d quit smoking before the wedding (he hated that I smoked).. I gave it a few trial runs and never could stick to it but its been 24 days (I quit on new years at midnight) and I haven’t had one.. the best part is that I haven’t had many intense cravings or gained any weight! My skin and teeth are a much nicer color already, I feel like I don’t have bags under my eyes like I used to! I think it was all a mindset I needed!
I’m so proud of myself!!
Post # 3
Great job!!! That’s definitely something to be proud of!! Keep it up!
Post # 4
Congrats! My mom smoked for twenty years, and she gave it up and hasn’t smoked since 2002.
If she could do it, you can do it!! 🙂
Post # 5
Congratulations! Keep up the good work.
Post # 6
That’s so awesome!!!! Great job! You have every reason to be super proud of yourself!
Post # 7
FANTASTIC! Congratulations. You will soon be one of those people who DETESTS smoke! Reformed smokers are the worsth. LOL
YIPPEE! For you!!
Post # 8
@kingytobe:Congrats! That’s so awesome. I hated that my fiance smoked, and about a month ago he quit too!
Post # 9
Congratulations!! Believe me I know how hard it can be. I quit for 8 months then started back and I just quit again(for the last time) about a week ago. If you need any support just let me know.
Post # 10
Get it girl – Your are on your way to a healthier lifestyle!
Post # 12
Congratulations! I know how hard it is–I quit 3 different times before I was able to stick to it–and probably only then because my Fiance gave me an ultimatum about it. I don’t like ultimatums, but it was the exact motivation I needed to quit for good.
Post # 13
Good job! It’s awesome how quickly you’re seeing those healthy changes! Keep it up, @kingytobe:!
Post # 14
Congratulations!! I bet you can breathe easier too. 🙂
Post # 15
Congratulations! That takes some willpower!