I Quit Smoking 10 Years Ago And Counting!
10 years ago, I managed to accomplish one of the hardest tasks that you could ask anyone to accomplish. I solved the Rubik’s Cube. No, wait, not the cube, I quit smoking. Yeah, that’s right, I said goodbye to the cancer sticks forever and I have to tell you, it actually was not as hard as I and most people claim it is.
It wasn’t smooth sailing, that’s for sure, but really it was just more keeping my mind occupied on other things. I found that when I sat idle, that’s when I thought more about the habit and I wanted a cigarette even more. Sitting and looking at television didn’t help, I had to occupy my mind. I worked a lot of puzzle books, managed to keep myself busy at work, and did a lot of activities with my kids.
A few times I almost stumbled. I found that there were certain things that I did that kind of triggered that need of the cigarette. Things like morning coffee, long drives, after a big meal, and usually along with a few drinks. I’m not saying I stopped doing these things altogether, believe me, that was the hardest part.
I’ve seen prices of cigarettes today and boy am I glad I quit when I did. I believe they were around 4 dollar a pack back then and I was averaging a pack a day. Add that up and you could very well come up with a monthly car payment, right?
I did it for three main reasons…my health, my family, and my wallet. Today I’m certainly glad that chapter of my life is behind me.
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