My little gadget says:
I find that last figure blows my mind. I travel around 400 miles a week commuting between home and the office. In a round about way it means that I'm now recovering my fuel money on a monthly basis; quite a saving!
Those of you who have read my previous post will know that I'm not really saving the money though!
In terms of my quitting experience, it has pretty much got easier and easier as time has gone on. I think days 2 and 4 (if I recall) were the only "dodgy" days. 2 because of nicotine withdrawal. Thankfully I've not really had any cravings, just the occasional want although I've been void of those over recent days. Quite shocking as I've had a hell of a few days (and nights) at work this week. It's strange though, I've never been a stressy person but am even less so without nicotine. Goes against everything I used to say as a smoker.
I don't know why it has been so easy; I've not really had to test my will power at all. Two possibilities I guess:
1. Alan Carrs Easy Way does indeed work with minimal requirement for will power
2. I've had a very lucky trip!
PS..I don't mean to sound smug by this post, I know many are finding the separation from their smokes an absolute nightmare. I'm just sharing my experience.
Toodle pip fellow quitters! Keep up the stunning work.