Why I decided to quit? My began with baby steps about one year ago. I first quit working at work. But I made up for that at home puffing away chain smoking in the garage. Do that was kinda a wash / but prepared my mind to not smoke at work and manage the stress without smoking. Then I stopped smoking in my truck. Which I believe was the hardest habit to break. But I did, had my 100 cig burns repaired - truck doesn't stink anymore!! My last mind trick was to just leave smokes at home. No more power smoking outside the store or smoke walking through the parking lots. So on 10/23/2015 my last smoke day. So back to the topic on why I quit. It wasn't because I didn't want to die a wrinkled prune attached to an oxygen tank, or for my wife, kids, or a thousand other things like insurance - 5 bucks a pack . The main reason I just really got tired of smoking. Everything was planned around smoking - when can I smoke? And when I'm smoking when can I smoke again - how many do I have left - and it just on and on - so I said
I'm just gonna quit - period - it's been hard it's been easy - on day 58 - I just had a craving right now - not gonna let it win - breath deep and it'll go away - !! I'm determined to win !!