Although this isn't a milestone as such, I feel like I should post now just to update everyone on my progress and vent.
Many a time this past week have I almost (drunkenly) lost my quit - but thankfully didn't. I have no idea how my intoxicated self manages to say NO or avoids smoking. In the past this is how I have always gone back to smoking. I have stood in smoking areas, talked to smokers (pretty much blowing it in my face) and I don't even feel tempted.
This time round I feel so great about being a non-smoker and each day feel the benefits of not smoking, I know this time I won't ever go back. It just feels different from other quits. I've worked out that March will be my 6 month milestone, half-way to making a year - which is something I have never achieved. I haven't not smoked for a year since I was 12, which is disgusting for even me to contemplate.
If you just keep telling yourself that this is your last attempt at quitting, there really is no going back. It's either you quit, or smoke for life (albeit a short one).