There’s no doubt, quitting smoking is hard, particularly in a social setting. Make this Monday about being prepared to face your social triggers to make it easier.
One of the many benefits of quitting smoking is improving your brain power! Nicotine, the highly addictive substance found in cigarettes and other products, can impact the brain – especially a developing one. Adolescents and young adults are especially susceptible to risks associated with nicotine because their brains are still growing. But all is [...]
When you’re trying to quit, smoking triggers can pop up at every turn. Seemingly benign, or mindless, events can cause you to slip up. It’s like being on automatic, these habits are associated with lighting up and can be particularly challenging to overcome. Identify yours this Monday to take control of your quit journey!
It’s essential to have an extra shoulder or two to lean on while you quit smoking. You have supporters – ask them to help with your quit journey this Monday.
Quitting smoking means facing your triggers and cravings. You’re in luck because there’s a solution to your cravings. Monday is about finding all the solutions and using them to your advantage to quit smoking.
This Monday, increase your chances of quitting smoking successfully by drawing up a personalized plan to keep you focused and in control. Quitting smoking is a journey that requires commitment and strength, but sometimes it can be difficult to remember why you are quitting or how to cope when you’re experiencing intense cravings. A bit of preparation can go a long way!
Quitting and staying quit is a journey. A relapse can happen to anyone. The good news is every quit attempt counts! Use Monday to get motivated and recommit on your quit.
Phew! You’ve worked hard. It’s time to reward your smoke-free achievements and enjoy yourself. When you quit and stay quit, it’s a cause for celebration. Use Monday to spend the money you’ve saved quitting smoking and splurge a little.
Monday is for looking out on the horizon and recommitting to taking a long-term view. You’re on a journey. A relapse doesn’t mean you’ve stopped quitting. It’s time to recover, renew, and take control. Let’s explore some new tactics, get some fresh ideas, and recommit to quit.
It’s not you, it’s your plan that might need to change. What’s working and what could be better? Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for yourself. You’ve already taken the biggest step, which is to commit to quit. This Monday, it’s time to reassess.