Take a look at your pack of cigarettes. You’ve been talking about quitting for a long time. Maybe you’ve looked into which quit plan you want to follow or even chosen a plan already. Now is the time to put that plan into action. No more thinking about it – this Monday is the day to make that pack of cigarettes your last one.
Now that you’ve chosen your plan to quit smoking, it’s time to map it out. You know that cravings and other obstacles are in store, but with some preparation you will be ready to take on anything. Make Monday your quit day and outline your plan to quit and stay quit!
Thinking about quitting smoking is an important first step in becoming a former smoker. It’s also a subtle, passive step that needs to be acted upon. If you’re thinking about quitting smoking, it’s time to be proactive and put your quit plan in motion! Give yourself a start date -- make this Monday your quit day!
If you took one look at your pack of cigarettes and thought it was time to quit, good! You’ve made an important first step in your quest to quit smoking. Now is the time to be proactive. However, you don’t have to go cold turkey – you can ease yourself into quitting to make sure you can quit and stay quit. One great way to start your quit plan is to put it in writing. This Monday, write up a checklist with all the reasons you want to quit smoking.