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The worst ex smoker in the world has somehow made it to 6 months

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Really find it hard to believe I ever smoked. Just a bit bonkers and mind blowing that I puffed away for 30 years. How many handbags and shoes could I have enjoyed?

I've got rid of cigarettes, a horrible stressy job, and a few friends that weren't friends. I now have a lovely job, work less hours, and am smoke free. Giving up smoking has given me the motivation to change stuff I didn't like in my life, it was as if being a smoker de-valued my self worth. Now I know I am fabulous!

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Congratulations Caroline, will be a distant memory in no time, make sure you keep it that way and NOPE

Caroline I SO love your post. I'm really glad for you that you have changed your life!

inspired 💛

Amazing Caroline. You are such a support to us all on here x it's really important the point about self worth, it's one of the best bits about quitting. I agree it makes you feel like there's no reason not to tackle other things you want to change. Really really pleased for you 🎈🎉😀

Incy_Wincy
Incy_Wincy4 Years Smoke Free

Awesome stuff Caroline :) Love your life changes - good for you! And I haven't changed much, but I do feel a lot more self-respect, so I know where you're coming from I think :)

Keep up the good work lovely lady x

Ah, I wondered how far you had achieved with your quit. Six months. Great going, and you've been bringing in other positive changes. Congratulations to you. You've got this one!:D

Great achievement and an inspiration well done

Sorry it's been a difficult week.

So just wanted to say, BLOOMING FANTASTIC. so pleased for you, how far you have come,

Another success I,m sure

Well done you

Thank you so much for your post, you are one special lady xxx

Thank you all for your lovely words, it means so much to me xxx

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