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Friday, November 11, 2011

Great American Smoke Out


Seven years ago on 10/10/2004 at 8:00:00 PM , I had my last smoke, my last puff and a determination to, finally, break the habit after 27 years. I used lozenges, a quiet weekend and a great website called http://quitnet.com. QuitNet is a free online support group of current, and past smokers sharing and encouraging each other to celebrate being smoke free for just one more day.  

I am proud of my stats: 

2588 days, 43 minutes and 16 seconds smoke free.
51761 cigarettes not smoked.
 
$9,058.00 not spent on cigarettes.
13 months, 5 days, 9 hours of my life saved. 

Thursday, November 17th is the 36th Annual Great American Smokeout. I encourage smokers to use the date to join QuitNet, and prepare a QUIT plan. There is an incredible amount of valuable information and encouragement at QuitNet.  

Don't let cigarettes control your life but take control of yourself and your health. Do it for yourself and no one else but let others help you be successful. The value is priceless.
Beat the Nicodemon at his own game.
Plan on quitting Nov. 17th!


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