Yeah......4 weeks today without even 1 puff !!!!
I am really chuffed with myself and to be honest I sincerely doubt if I would get this far after my 38 years of constant poisoning myself
Definately some of my friends are really surprised that I got this far
Slowly but surely the thoughts I had of what it will be, not smoking, is becoming a reality..
The so mentioned rewards..Easy breathing.....no continuous coughing...better smelling....better taste etc is there and getting better day by day.
My "Zest" for life is coming back... I cant wait for tomorrow to see if there is a next challenge !!!! (and reward)
Yes... Champix really worked for me but I think the WILL to stop smoking played a big part in my quit.
Best of all was this forum where I could share my feelings, take part in our forum friends feelings,feel sorry when I see elapses,Joy if I see 2, 3, 4 months up to 1 year success stories..
The good advice when I felt down in the dumps, the urge to find more info on what is really happening to me now that I stopped.....It all helped me a lot.
(Could not wait for a post by Melli)
Yes... there is a long road ahead but the first obstacle is done.
The next one will be when I end my Champix course in two weeks time....
But I am feeling confident because I am starting to forget to take my daily dose....Kept myself busy with other things.
I have started a project to change my Land Rover into a equipped overland vehicle (Rooftop tent, Jerry Cans, Gas bottles, Deep freeze,Kayak rack etc, etc)
During the day at work and afternoon and evenings on my Land Rover
Oh man....Life is so good without that cloud of smoke and stench.!!!!!!.......:cool: :cool:
Nicodemon it is me and you.....and I am getting stronger day by day without you in my body!!!!!