Instead of focusing all of your efforts on the New Year, take the Monday approach and recommit to your quit every week.
We’ve compiled a collection of our most popular articles from 2019 all focused on how eliminating cigarettes from your daily routine can positively influence your physical and emotional wellbeing.
When faced with the decision to smoke or not to smoke, there are proven methods and techniques that can help you tip the scale in the right direction. You can stay quit with the help of our most popular articles all about using practical strategies and tools to keep or recommit to your quit.
Check out our most popular articles on the many tips, tricks, and tools available to you as you begin (or continue) your quit journey.
Ditching the vape isn’t easy, but it is possible if the right cessation strategy is put into place. By using Monday as your day to recommit to your quit, you’ll greatly increase your chances of kicking the habit.
Join smokers across the nation taking part in the Great American Smokeout hosted by the American Cancer Society! Quit & Stay Quit Monday’s “Monday Quit Kit” supports this call-to-action and helps quitters stay on track over the long haul.
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.
Some people have associate cigarettes with certain foods or mealtimes and cutting smoking out of your life may be harder if you stick to these consumption habits. This Monday, you can change that by replacing or cutting these foods and drinks out of your meals
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.