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2/16/19 Quit Celebrations

Discussion created by Mark Employee on Feb 17, 2019
Latest reply on Aug 1, 2019 by elvan

It appears that you've reached the milestones listed below based on the quit date that is appearing on the site. Congrats on your progress if the date is correct. If it isn't, read below for directions on how to get your quit date updated! This is a judgement-free zone. It's important to quit and we're here for you!

 

amancinidel 10 years!

sara-lee 9.5 years!

mikecity, ordinaryartisan and SaraSmile 7.5 years!

janicesullenger 2600 days!

amy-p. 6.5 years!

user-610833 2100 days!

koopmanduk and kpint 2000 days!

grethel 1800 days

jhalberstein 4.5 years!

chetnmel09 1600 days!

melissa66 1500 days!

Kristin81 4 years!

LizzyG 1300 days!

Itasca-Crab-Ass 3.5 years!

ABorgen, fleaish, greatunknown, liberty4422, Nwinter, seydarhovd and Victic  2 years!

chj, Ex4hunter, Jiggles1966, Juliette67 and Tamcmillan 700 days!

Brianairb2, doitdoit, LesleyON, maxie8, Randell and Soulshine 600 days!

Cindyt, Kathleenmay, maggs79 and mahatma 1.5 years!

samolie 500 days! Half way to a comma!

alankearin, Darlene0313 and said11 400 days!

Luv2Breathe 1 year!

tylerhampton71 300 days!

CarrieAnnBell, earthygirl13, hope.mccullough and kimberlyjo 200 days!

Bekica 6 months!

myerki 150 days!

Jimmyporkchop 100 days! Welcome to the Triple Digit Quitters Club!

mommymakeover 50 days!

 

If you have a celebration, whatever the period of time, feel free to share and celebrate in the comments! Not sure of your Days Of Freedom? Use the EX Quit Calculator← or check out My Quit Plan to see your DOF.

 

If you're just joining us, the above members are just a small sample of people who have quit with the help of the site you're on and the amazing support. Let that be motivation that you can do it too.

 

Astmyers, CLinnen, kaakes, LynneD004, mgnmama, psanta, Rutho1988 and Shadow420fans69 today is your quit day! Congrats, if anyone has quit today and for starting your journey with us as well. Be sure to journal your experiences today with a personal blog(← Click to get started) so you can look back on it and reflect where you started. Tag the post "TheDayIQuit". This way others can see what they can possibly expect as they start their quit journey. Before you know it, you'll be celebrating with people like those mentioned above.

 

Mark
EX Community Manager

If I've gotten your quit date wrong, be sure to update it and then go through the steps to sync it to the community.

 

Please check your Community Profile to see if you've indicated how many cigarettes on average you smoked per day. Then go to the My Quit Stats tab in your profile to see how many cigarettes you have avoided or put the mouse over your username and then click the little "ex" button in the lower left of the hovercard pop-up.

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