Hey y'all. I told myself for a few years now that I'd quit all forms of tobacco when I turned 30. I mostly stopped smoking cigarettes last October and switched over to Juul products instead, thinking that it was a step in a better direction. My 30th birthday came and went during quarantine, in April, and I'm still throwing away money every two or three days on a four-pack of pods. I feel stupid because I've been telling myself since I was a kid that I wasn't going to be addicted to nicotine. I deal with depression, anxiety, and this Covid situation has certainly made matters worse. I can only imagine how difficult it will be when I start on my set quit date (7/29) and moving forward. This is my first time committing to quitting. If anyone has any advice, please reach out. Thanks for reading.