Keeping your focus as to why you quit and why you want to stay off should always be given a little time and a lot of priority over other issues that may be happening in your life. If you are in the early stages of your quit, devote as much time as you can to learn and understand as much as you can of the importance of quitting and staying off of nicotine. Longer-term ex-smokers probably don't need to spend an inordinate amount of time or effort, they just need to remind themselves of how far they have come and equally important, how far back they never want to go by quitting when they did. For them to stay free now simply entails remembering that they made the decision and have now committed to themselves that they will never take another puff! Joel
Katie - After 40 Years! Free and Healing for Eleven Months, Six Days, 13 Hours and 53 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 20 Days and 3 Hours, by avoiding the use of 5807 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $1,177.82.
I have been quit for 1 Week, 20 hours, 24 minutes and 6 seconds (7 days). I have saved $30.21 by not smoking 157 cigarettes. I have saved 13 hours and 5 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 1/22/2007 6:45 AM