This is the longest I've been without the demon nicotine in my system for decades. I'm still tetchy at times and still think about cigs daily (it's hard not to when taking champix - it's a conscious decision to take the pills every morning and night) but I think I'm starting to breathe a little better. And I've managed to easily save £30 - bonus!
Was in sunny London last week and had a bit of a weird experience - the sight of people smoking/having a drink in the sun felt like torture, but the smell turned my stomach. Wasn't sure what to think/feel, except Not One Puff Ever!
Then yesterday, my Dad (who introduced me to champix after having real success on it) dropped the bombshell that he really enjoys 'the one' ciggy at special occasions like at weddings. Not for me; I'm quitting for good. Down that road madness lies.
I read with interest how everyone is getting on - this site really is an excellent resource/motivator. Thanks to all who contribute.
All the best to everyone quitting - keep up the good work!