Well today marks 2 mnths without a cigarette. And since I quit I have only had 1 real craving. I am so happy and feel much better.
I am so glad I quit smoking when I did!! For those who havent quit yet, the recent spike in cigarette prices would be a good reason to quit. I live in VA and the price of a carton of Marlboro lights (my brand of choice) went from $30/carton to $47/carton in a matter of weeks. Crazy isnt it!! Glad I dont have to pay for that anymore.
For all of those who are trying to quit, good luck. And for those who already have, Congrats!!
Congrats on 2 months, I'm goin on 12 hrs so far (lol), I live in MN and a pack of marlb (I smoked those too) were about $4.36 or something, they just went up here to $5.76, I can't believe they are over $8 bucks in new york, that is crazy!!
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