Monday, June 1, 2009

Not Smoking

I'm going to try and quit. I can't stand parting with almost $10 for a pack of cigarettes. It has now been 19 hours since my last cigarette. We shall see how long it lasts. I have high hopes, this was not a planned happening. I just don't like coughing so much in the morning.

I figured that if i can get through the first day the second will be easier. (Fingers crossed). The mornings are the worst however, with the forst cup of coffee. Okay don't think about it.


Catutes said...

You can do it!
Rah! Rah!

mack said...

Considering the long term benefits of smoking cessation such as low risk of succumbing to cancer, a significant reduction in mental stress, odorless breath et al, it is definitely necessary for you to start your quit smoking regimen as soon as possible. However, during the first few weeks, it may appear extremely difficult to get rid of this addiction, but as you consistently try to quit smoking for a certain period of time, your smoking cessation efforts would yield results.

just being me said...

Thanks Mack,
It has been almost a month now since I quit. It is working out well.