by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Nov 2008, 00:22
Forum:
Topic: Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)
Replies: 36
Views: 0

Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)

<r>If you think about it, smoking <U><s>[u]</s><I><s>[i]</s>really<e>[/i]</e></I><e>[/u]</e></U> is a lot of trouble: <br/> <br/> First, you have to budget to secure the funding to pay for the cigarettes (quite expensive these days). <br/> <br/> You have to go out and purchase the cigarettes (repeat...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Nov 2008, 00:22
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)
Replies: 37
Views: 4.0K

Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)

<r>If you think about it, smoking <U><s>[u]</s><I><s>[i]</s>really<e>[/i]</e></I><e>[/u]</e></U> is a lot of trouble: <br/> <br/> First, you have to budget to secure the funding to pay for the cigarettes (quite expensive these days). <br/> <br/> You have to go out and purchase the cigarettes (repeat...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Nov 2008, 00:22
Forum: My New Life ...
Topic: Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)
Replies: 37
Views: 183

Today Is A Good Day (It's Just Too Much Trouble)

<r>If you think about it, smoking <U><s>[u]</s><I><s>[i]</s>really<e>[/i]</e></I><e>[/u]</e></U> is a lot of trouble: <br/> <br/> First, you have to budget to secure the funding to pay for the cigarettes (quite expensive these days). <br/> <br/> You have to go out and purchase the cigarettes (repeat...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
12 Nov 2008, 22:26
Forum:
Topic: One day at a time - enjoy it.
Replies: 10
Views: 0

One day at a time - enjoy it.

<t>No need to rush it Doc, you'll get there. <br/> <br/> Savor each moment as a new non-smoker. Revel in the joy of trigger reconditioning. Bask in the warm glow of healing. Cherish each moment of your life now lived without ingesting nicotine into your body. <br/> <br/> Every day of my first year q...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
12 Nov 2008, 22:26
Forum: My New Life ...
Topic: One day at a time - enjoy it.
Replies: 11
Views: 1.4K

One day at a time - enjoy it.

<t>No need to rush it Doc, you'll get there. <br/> <br/> Savor each moment as a new non-smoker. Revel in the joy of trigger reconditioning. Bask in the warm glow of healing. Cherish each moment of your life now lived without ingesting nicotine into your body. <br/> <br/> Every day of my first year q...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
12 Nov 2008, 22:26
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: One day at a time - enjoy it.
Replies: 11
Views: 170

One day at a time - enjoy it.

<t>No need to rush it Doc, you'll get there. <br/> <br/> Savor each moment as a new non-smoker. Revel in the joy of trigger reconditioning. Bask in the warm glow of healing. Cherish each moment of your life now lived without ingesting nicotine into your body. <br/> <br/> Every day of my first year q...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
04 Oct 2008, 03:03
Forum: Craves - Thoughts
Topic: Feeling Proud? You Should Be!
Replies: 12
Views: 1.5K

Feeling Proud? You Should Be!

<t>Denny, <br/> <br/> I know just what you're talking about when you talk about that "rush" associated with early quit milestones. I used to have them all the time. <br/> <br/> I used to be so tickled at the end of the day as I lay down to sleep that I had made it another day without smoking, that I...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
04 Oct 2008, 03:03
Forum:
Topic: Feeling Proud? You Should Be!
Replies: 11
Views: 0

Feeling Proud? You Should Be!

<t>Denny, <br/> <br/> I know just what you're talking about when you talk about that "rush" associated with early quit milestones. I used to have them all the time. <br/> <br/> I used to be so tickled at the end of the day as I lay down to sleep that I had made it another day without smoking, that I...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
04 Oct 2008, 03:03
Forum: Cue Extinguishment
Topic: Feeling Proud? You Should Be!
Replies: 12
Views: 1.2K

Feeling Proud? You Should Be!

<t>Denny, <br/> <br/> I know just what you're talking about when you talk about that "rush" associated with early quit milestones. I used to have them all the time. <br/> <br/> I used to be so tickled at the end of the day as I lay down to sleep that I had made it another day without smoking, that I...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum:
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 22
Views: 0

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum:
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 22
Views: 0

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 23
Views: 124

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum:
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 22
Views: 0

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum: General
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 23
Views: 576

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum:
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 22
Views: 0

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
02 Oct 2008, 04:22
Forum:
Topic: bronze...and jobless
Replies: 22
Views: 0

bronze...and jobless

<t>Hey Joyce- <br/> <br/> Congrats on your bronzing... <br/> <br/> Sorry about your job, but remember: <br/> <br/> Starting back smoking will not get you your job back. In fact, it may hinder you from finding another job. Many employers shy away from hiring smokers because they typically are less pr...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
29 Aug 2008, 20:49
Forum: Stats Parade
Topic: Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!
Replies: 97
Views: 4.2K

Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!

<t>Beavis- <br/> <br/> Quit March 15, 2004. <br/> <br/> Lessee - that means over 4 years and five months nicotine free. <br/> <br/> That's after 28 years as a smoker up to 2 packs a day for the last five years. <br/> <br/> If I can quit, anybody can...</t>
by SmokefreeLeeTron
29 Aug 2008, 20:49
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!
Replies: 314
Views: 18.2K

Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!

<t>Beavis- <br/> <br/> Quit March 15, 2004. <br/> <br/> Lessee - that means over 4 years and five months nicotine free. <br/> <br/> That's after 28 years as a smoker up to 2 packs a day for the last five years. <br/> <br/> If I can quit, anybody can...</t>
by SmokefreeLeeTron
29 Aug 2008, 20:49
Forum:
Topic: Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!
Replies: 96
Views: 0

Successful Quitters one and ALL share your stats PARADE!

<t>Beavis- <br/> <br/> Quit March 15, 2004. <br/> <br/> Lessee - that means over 4 years and five months nicotine free. <br/> <br/> That's after 28 years as a smoker up to 2 packs a day for the last five years. <br/> <br/> If I can quit, anybody can...</t>
by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Mar 2008, 04:27
Forum:
Topic: A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!
Replies: 11
Views: 0

A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!

<t>I had the same dreams early in my quit. Lot's of people did (do). One theory is that as our lungs start cleaning out all the tars and smoke residues within, that we can taste and smell these expectorants as they travel up the tracea and out through our nose and mouth. <br/> <br/> If this cleanout...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Mar 2008, 04:27
Forum: Craves - Thoughts
Topic: A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!
Replies: 12
Views: 1.4K

A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!

<t>I had the same dreams early in my quit. Lot's of people did (do). One theory is that as our lungs start cleaning out all the tars and smoke residues within, that we can taste and smell these expectorants as they travel up the tracea and out through our nose and mouth. <br/> <br/> If this cleanout...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
25 Mar 2008, 04:27
Forum: Cue Extinguishment
Topic: A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!
Replies: 12
Views: 737

A nightmare woke me up last night. Dreamed I smoked!

<t>I had the same dreams early in my quit. Lot's of people did (do). One theory is that as our lungs start cleaning out all the tars and smoke residues within, that we can taste and smell these expectorants as they travel up the tracea and out through our nose and mouth. <br/> <br/> If this cleanout...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
18 Mar 2008, 03:29
Forum: General
Topic: A Random thought - What's your milage?
Replies: 6
Views: 29

A Random thought - What's your milage?

<r><LIST><s>[list]</s> <LI><s>[*]</s>Average cigarette length - <B><s>[b]</s>4 inches<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Cigs smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>20 per day, 7300 per year.<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Years smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>28<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Total smoked (Years * cigs ...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
18 Mar 2008, 03:29
Forum:
Topic: A Random thought - What's your milage?
Replies: 5
Views: 0

A Random thought - What's your milage?

<r><LIST><s>[list]</s> <LI><s>[*]</s>Average cigarette length - <B><s>[b]</s>4 inches<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Cigs smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>20 per day, 7300 per year.<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Years smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>28<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Total smoked (Years * cigs ...
by SmokefreeLeeTron
18 Mar 2008, 03:29
Forum:
Topic: A Random thought - What's your milage?
Replies: 5
Views: 0

A Random thought - What's your milage?

<r><LIST><s>[list]</s> <LI><s>[*]</s>Average cigarette length - <B><s>[b]</s>4 inches<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Cigs smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>20 per day, 7300 per year.<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Years smoked - <B><s>[b]</s>28<e>[/b]</e></B></LI> <LI><s>[*]</s>Total smoked (Years * cigs ...