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.
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.
When you think about your plan to quit smoking this Monday, honor the fact that every attempt to quit counts, even if it takes a few tries to quit and stay quit. Remember that the average smoker may relapse several times before quitting. If you do slip up, resist the urge to beat yourself up.
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.
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.
Fidgety? Your hands need a new job now that you’ve committed to quit smoking! Use Monday to get some ideas to keep your hands busy.
May 31st is World No Tobacco Day, a perfect time to go tobacco-free and make a plan to quit. Did you know within 20 minutes of quitting smoking your body and heart start to recover? This Monday, create a quit plan and jump-start your quit journey with some physical exercise.
Everyone who quits smoking has their own unique experience. While there are many tips and tricks for a successful quit, different methods work for different people. As you go through your quit journey this Monday, keep in mind that quitting is a work in progress and that every attempt counts. “If at first you [...]
In the movie Groundhog Day, Bill Murray’s character Phil Connors is forced to relive the same day until he learns to be a better man. It’s a fable about getting more than one chance to get things right. When you think about your plan to quit smoking this Monday, remember that every attempt to [...]