Day 1 AM...I'm still fully blown away that I made it through my morning routine without even one smoke. Last night, 03/04/18, from 10 PM - 10:30 PM I sat outside and smoked 3 cigarettes. I threw the rest of the pack away when I got inside. I did what Alan Carr and that whyquit.com site suggested this morning and really didn't change my routine other than not smoking. Time to learn some new habits. In all honesty, I feel pretty good, I want to be free of these stupid cancer sticks. I've said that all before though. This is my annual quit smoking attempt. I was going to carry a 21 mg patch with me in case I break but the ones I had from last years attempt were expired so I'm smart turkey-ing it. PLUS cigarettes are now over $8 per pack, that's roughly $2,100 per year, which is insane. I'll just get real here, my husband an I have had trouble conceiving and we have an appointment with a fertility doctor in May. We've gotten pregnant twice but both were ectopic...which could be directly related to us both smoking. So really it's a waste of time and effort, in my opinion, to seek fertility assistance if I continue consuming over 1000 chemicals 14 plus times per day.
I do sort of feel like I'm acid, my hands are shaky and I feel a little nauseous but mentally so far I feel strong. I prayed this morning and begged God or whoever to please keep me smoke-free and continue to repeat NOPE (not one more puff ever).
This site is most helpful. Thank you to all those who contribute.