Rounding off day 2!

Hi All,

I've registered as a way to try and keep myself motivated. Just finishing up the 2nd day, really pleased and feeling good. From what I know tomorrow is not going to be a good day, but I suppose if I m prepared for the worst then its got to be better right? lol.

My first smoke free day not in work tomorrow either and I m a bit anxious about that. I m not thinking about it or even getting cravings in work so I've quite enjoyed being there and even done overtime to help the time pass quicker. Saving money and overtime, that's got to be a result, lol. Usually I m outta there on the dot, packet in hand.

Well, we shall see what tomorrow brings! I ' m not going to let it beat me though!

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  • Hi All,

    I've registered as a way to try and keep myself motivated. Just finishing up the 2nd day, really pleased and feeling good. From what I know tomorrow is not going to be a good day, but I suppose if I m prepared for the worst then its got to be better right? lol.

    My first smoke free day not in work tomorrow either and I m a bit anxious about that. I m not thinking about it or even getting cravings in work so I've quite enjoyed being there and even done overtime to help the time pass quicker. Saving money and overtime, that's got to be a result, lol. Usually I m outta there on the dot, packet in hand.

    Well, we shall see what tomorrow brings! I ' m not going to let it beat me though!

    Hi lucy,

    Well officially day 3 is when all nicotine has left your system, so you have not fed your nicotine receptors and they will start to die off! The battle then is with your mind, your routines, your habits.............all the things you associate with smoking, for however many years you have smoked, you now got to fill your time with something else.

    Initially the biggest 1 for me was after eating, so I replaced after dinner cigarette with ice lolly or ice cream, a pleasant distraction! Then each day becomes easier and easier, but there are still rocky patches you have to be super strong!

    I am 5.5 months quit, today I thought about smoking twice! once queueing for lottery (the fags stare at you) and secondly coz someone blew a waft in my face! But other than that a nice day, no cravings! You will get there too and its a nice place to be!!

    Good Luck,

    Shelly XXX

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