Common Sense.

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Mar 25, 2014

Wouldn't it be common sense to size up a task from all angles to determine what the result of each approach might be and therefore make the most sense before you start?

When you quit smoking you must constantly be looking ahead for situations that might put your goal of quitting at risk.

Does it make sense to drink alcohol after you've quit smoking? If you've often had too much? that's a DUH!

not common sense.

Have you ever tried to unlearn something by continuing to do it? How about using an e-cig to mimic the actions of smoking instead of unlearning them? Did you think this through or was it the path of least resistance? It's exactly like smoking but with a battery instead of a lighter

again n c s

this site is here to give you the common sense regarding quitting smoking that you might not already have and we are here to pass on what we've learned from those quit before us and the current  information that is available.

use it all. that's what common sense is for