Quitting Smoking One Day at a Time...

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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Hi all Fellow Quitters! I Have Been to Busy to Blog!! Still Taking Chantix and Staying Smoke Free!

Hi everyone...
I miss you guys! I have been super busy with projects and such that I have not had time to blog! I do always manage to find time to log on and read some of the ones left by the people I read most frequently. Its always good to remember where I came from. I still need that extra push of motivation that reading about someones success gives me. I think I am go going to take a quick nap and then work on some grades. The end of the semester is always crazy for me. Hopefully in a couple of weeks I will be able to CHILL and do something nice for myself. Lets see, its my birthday February 20th which is right near Dead Presidents Day. Maybe I should schedule something fun for that weekend. I will have to think about it when I go lay down. I am at the point in my life that if I don't schedule something, it never happens. I have been spending way too much time doing work and finishing projects to have fun! That needs to stop for sure. Hope all of the people who begain Chantix before me and all those just beginning are doing well in the quest for a smoke free life. I am still glad I did it!


lynda w said...

I feel your pain. I've been glued to this friggin computer day and night planning this carnival. Being so busy has made quitting easier, though. That's for sure. My fear is that when it's all over and things slow down that being a nonsmoker will go back to being hard. Great job, Diva!

maggie's mind said...

I think you should celebrate both your birthday and being smoke-free by really doing something or going somewhere, maybe to a restaurant or something, that you haven't but have always wanted to try. Then tell us all how it was ;)

MamaFlo said...

I'm glad you quit too Diva!
Long after I've quit counting the days and money and number of cigarettes I didn't smoke (which is a lot by the way), I hope we'll all still blog.
Stay busy, plan something fabulous for yourself (even if it's simply a day of self indulgence) and know that the decision to quit smoking is one of the best decisions you will ever make in your life.