Not only does smoking cigarettes waste your money, it also wastes your time. Let’s see how much time.
Few things in life are free and cigarettes are definitely not one of them. Smoking is the act of burning money. Literally. A smoking habit is a costly habit. How costly? Well, let’s have a look.
This week we’ll look at all the things your body gets back after quitting long-term.
If you stop smoking this Monday, you’ll notice some major changes in just two days. Whether you’re just planning your quit or you’re well into your journey, it’s helpful to understand all that you get back almost immediately when you kick the habit. Let’s take a look.
For the final installment of our series detailing how to assemble a “Super Team” to help you battle your smoking addiction, we will be adding the final team member: The Oracle.
That smart phone in your pocket can text, make phone calls and browse the web. It can also be used to help you quit smoking.
Some menaces are too powerful for one hero to take on. They require a team to save the day. For week two of our super support team series, we’re assembling your family and friends. When it comes to quitting smoking, they are a quitter’s equivalent to a super hero team.
It is possible to cut cigarettes out of your life on your own, but it's easier when you have help. Find your quit buddy and finally quit smoking.
If you want to reduce the effects of smoking on your life, you need to reduce the power triggers hold. Triggers, which make you want to smoke, can be emotional, withdrawal, or social.
Good preparation is key when you quit smoking. An often overlooked form of prep is to "Marie Kondo" all physical reminders of smoking, including your cigarettes, matches, ashtrays, and lighters.