I had wanted to put out a blog for my 11th year quit celebration that might uplift and promote the newly quit, but too much stuff going on to - well shall we just say the "muse" wasn't with me today. But I do want to thank all of you who took the time to give your congratulations. Means a lot.
If I have learned anything during the past 11 years of not smoking, it is that milestones never stop feeling good when they're achieved, that they are worth striving for and worth recognizing. Because each milestone encourages the next. And it is those very milestones, when placed one upon the next, that add up to a forever quit.
If you've got one, never let it go. If you're striving for one - believe that it's possible. If you've fallen for the excuses and false whisperings - see them for what they are, learn from them and move on to accepting the commitment - no matter what. For that is the only way that you will be forever free.
I wish you health
much more than wealth
I wish you free