In just over 29 months alot of life has taken place.
If I would have waitied for a "quiet ' time to quit I would still be smoking today.
Life will happen, smoking doesn't have any place in the coping of things that come our way. It really makes things worse. i was told by my acupuncturist, a long time ago that I didn't need that crutch any more and she was right, it took a while to sink in,
Alot of people planted seed along the way. my doc for ten years andmy family.
I am so glad I heeded the warnings, I have health issues but not smoking related and I'm so glad.
I the best time to quit is the day you DECIDE that you want to live more than you think you need to smoke.
educate , educate, educate and keep doing it.
exercise is a great escape into a feel good place. Keep it going, walks for harder workouts. I wish you all a blessed day.
I would rather breathe than smoke,
No time better than the present.! and thats what today is, a present.