You may have read my posts or heard me talk about quitting smoking. Now I'm comfortable with graduating to the next level. Stopping smoking and getting off nicotine are two different adventures in quitting, at least for me. When you go from smoking to the patch or gum you are happy you're no longer smoking and on the path to being a non-smoker but the whole time you're on nicotine replacement you're also thinking, you're really not off of tobacco until you go with nothing.
As the old saying goes, you must not bite the hand that feeds you! But 1/3 of the Jonas Brothers (aka Joe Jonas) doesn't seem to take that seriously, because he recently had a not-so-nice encounter with a longtime friend.
With the new year comes attempts at changing our lives for the better. You know the routine, resolutions, goals. You lay them out with good intentions and sometimes succeed and sometimes you don't. In between success and failure is where most of us live. I'm still not smoking and almost not still chewing the nicotine gum.
As many of you know I quit smoking. It will be 10 weeks tomorrow. Cravings are minor but the reminders of smoking those Marlboros are everywhere. Are we at a place yet where we can have a ban on logo pricing outside convenience stores?
It will now be illegal to light up a cigarette while waiting for your kids to get on a bus in Augusta. That was the outcome of a vote Thursday night from the Augusta City Council. City Councilor Dan Emery proposed the change after he received an email from parents of two children affected by an adult smoking at their bus stop.
It's been six weeks and two days, or 44 days, since my last cigarette. Do I miss it? No, not really, except for the nicotine I suppose. There is additional progress today; I stepped down from 4mg nicotine gum to 2mg gum.
So far I've never been totally successful in quitting smoking. Today is day 13 since my last cigarette. No worries, I'm not going to over do this topic moving forward but thought I'd get some thoughts out and maybe discourage a few from starting or encourage a few to quit.
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