Discussion in 'General & Off-Topic Discussions' started by OldassKDX, Nov 17, 2004.
Okie and Scooter are done :)
Good luck to everyone, it can be done.
I quit Christmas day, as did my wife. We spent the first week or so avoiding eachother (If you even look at me I'll rip your head off.)
It's amazing how quickly stamina comes back... I could tell after only one week while pushing it in the woods and not anywhere close to being as winded.
I'm good at quiting, but better at starting-up again... but this time is different, I'm sick and tired of such a filthy habit owning me.
That's the spirit!
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13 years? I smoked twice that long.
Good on you.
Your Quit Date is: 1/4/2005 10:00:00 AM
Time Smoke-Free: 2609 days, 10 hours, 25 minutes and 36 seconds
Cigarettes NOT smoked: 130472
Lifetime Saved: 33 months, 6 days, 15 hours
Money Saved: $11,088.25
One of my proudest accomplishments
It's my 12 year anniversary of quitting cigs. :yeehaw:
and that number is at 4 dollars a pack. They are up around 8 or 10 per pack now and heading up again.
Congrats on the new milestone
Congrats! Nicotene is one of the only drugs that pleases all the senses, and it's legal. Hugely tough.
Awesome!!! keep with it
You must have posted while I was editing... said almost the same thing before, so I removed the repeat.
Good stuff to all who are making quitting their b----. :)
Over 7 years and now I've been battling the weight that I put on after quitting smoking. Been dieting and exercising for the past few mos. Down to around 215 from my heaviest ever of 273. I'm 6' 2" so I'll take 215. Now the tricky part is making this healthy change a lifelong commitment just like being a non-smoker.
Over 8 months now for me. Still think about them after meals, with coffee, when sitting down to "take a break."
I think I've decided the hardest part is the habit of "the break"... then the following brief disapointment of realizing I can't have one. I've heard the "behavior habits" can last for years. Grrr.
8 Months today for me, congrats 2-S-4, I know what it's like!
Awesome job guys
I'm 15 years quit and there are still moments where I'd like nothing more than to have a cigarette or cigar. But, the moment quickly passes.
Congrats to both of you on 8 months!
When I stopped I gained some weight.
Anyone else ????
some weight? If you call 60 lbs some weight, then yes I gained some weight.
About 20 lbs... but I work outside in this summers extreme Midwest heat. This winter I'll probably go full whale. :ohmy:
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