Team D-Day - Week 3

Hi Team,

Well, we've made week 3, doesn't time fly when you're having fun :)

So, how many of us left 3 weeks down the line and how are we all doing ?

Me ? Every day gets easlier and easier, i do have the odd craving now and again, but they are getting few and far between and go after a couple of minutes. I think the evenings are the hardest times, whilst watching tv, suppose it's out of bordom really.

I have been quit for 2 Weeks, 1 hour, 5 minutes and 19 seconds (14 days). I have saved £57.92 by not smoking 421 cigarettes. I have saved 1 Day, 11 hours and 5 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 12/03/2008 00:00

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  • Hi Keith

    I`m still here.

    Its great to see your having a fairly easy time of it.

    I`m very tired all the time and can`t stop eating:eek:

    Barb x

  • Hi everyone,

    This is my Week 3 too! Although the cravings get less when I do get them they seem to be worse. Yesterday I really did just want to sit down, have a coffee and a fag.

    Better today now that I am back at work. I think the boredom was getting to me. I find it easier to go out and not smoke than sit at home thinking about smoking!

  • its will get better,

    HI. Tamlaking

    do you like reading. this have help me alot. or read some of the experiences

    on here. they do help. wish you the very best

    Alan :D:D:D

  • Im still here too. Ive had a bad weekend, could have killed someone (luckily i didn't).

    Walked into the shop on easter sunday just to buy ciggies. I even asked for them. Then said no its okay and walked back out.

    Lol what is that all about! Well I haven't got the foggiest.

    But im still here, still not smoked and hopefully getting stronger by the day.:cool:

  • Well done you. Don't know if could have walked out after I'd asked for them. It's all a mind game!

  • Congrats for keeping on the wagon, folks!

    I'm not on your team but having stopped around the same time, I do feel a certain connection and I follow goings-on in Team D-Day more than others.

    Just think folks, half-way to having stopped for a month! And all of that mainly a day at a time.

    I just took a lot of pleasure in watching my quit-meter tick over from "1 Week, 6 Day, 59 minutes etc" to "2 Weeks". I know that's a heck of an achievement for me, and for all of you too.

    As for those who've faltered along the way, "stand right up, dust yourself off and start all over again". It's worth it!

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