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Ashley Health Educator
Feb 06, 2017 (02:36 PM) Reply | Quote 


       
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Thanks for stopping by Brent!

I am so glad to hear you are doing well.



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1215
Smoke Free Days

26,730
Cigarettes Not Smoked

$7,350.75
Amount Saved

Days: 226 Hours: 9
Minutes: 0 Seconds: 24

Life Gained

Hi Brent,
 What a wonderful reward for quitting smoking for three + years...a Porsche! 
I wonder what you'll reward yourself with on your six year anniversary, maybe a Lear Jet! LMAO! 
 Seriously, congratulations on your wonderful quit journey. Keep it up.
 
Not One Puff Ever
 
 

Tim

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Cigarettes Not Smoked

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Amount Saved

Days: 229 Hours: 23
Minutes: 15 Seconds: 29

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Hey! Still smoke-free after all this time folks. A bit heavier than when I was puffing away but I can deal with that over time (and a small price to pay for being free of that horrible addiction). Well over three years and counting.
 
So how do I feel as a smoker who chooses not to smoke?
 
The answer is absolutely great!
 
There is no doubt that my 60 year old lungs are irreparably damaged after all those years of abuse, but at least I can now walk up a hill in the Lake District without collapsing, smell and taste my food and wines and I don't smell like a ashtray.
 
There is absolutely no downside to this apart from the fact that I have not saved any money......................because I spent every last bit of the considerable amount of money that I used to set fire to..................................................and bought myself a Porsche!
 
Oh, and one more thing...........................I would not have succeeded without the support and encouragement that I received on this site over several years and a number of failed attempts to stop. Never give up and never stop trying! kind regards Brent. 

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