Quitting Smoking: 1 year later

It’s been about a year since I started a serious attempt to quit smoking. When I wrote this blog post, I had no idea of what the following nine months would look like.

Looking back at those nine months, which were full of twelve ( no kidding! ) false starts and lots of frustration, I can say with much more confidence that I’m done. For good this time. I never want to go through it again.

It’s been three full months since I’ve consumed any type of nicotine. I feel great! I can run farther and faster, I can taste foods more subtly, and I don’t smell bad all the time.

I’ve learned a lot that I’d love to share with you. If you are struggling to quit, get in touch with me, and I share some tips that worked for me. For my Maine friends, please utilize the Maine Tobacco Help Line. It’s free, and it works.

And thanks for reading my blog. Now go back to enjoying the rest of the internet.

The Ghost Maiden by Blunell

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